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After much uncertainty over whether the G20 Leaders Summit would be able to produce a final communique in which the participating countries managed to reach a consensus, President Mauricio Macri proudly announced that the goal had been met.

In a …

With the current political and economic downfall that has been haunting Argentina this year, the issue of climate change doesn’t appear to be at the top of priority list for most of its citizens. Yet, after this year’s fierce floods

The first word that comes to mind when you think of Argentina may be “steak,” perhaps choripán, or even “meat” in general. It’s no secret that leading an environmentally-conscious lifestyle and munching on meat (specifically beef) do not go hand-in-hand …

The Lancet published a report forecasting the life expectancy around the world on Tuesday that shows that Argentina’s life expectancy will plateau at 77.5–80 years by 2040. The country currently has a life expectancy of 77.3 between both sexes. This

Climate change is no longer a distant threat. There was a time when we thought of it as a problem for future generations. Not anymore.

Climate change is here and it’s rapidly getting worse. Its consequences are suffered by citizens …

The Urban 20 is the group reuniting the largest cities of the G20 members on October 29-30, right before Argentina is set to host the actual G20 meeting in Buenos Aires.

Of course, cities are the nerve centers where a …

As Deputy Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Ovais Sarmad has more responsibility than most people when it comes to tackling climate change. But speak to him for a moment, and he will make …

The 2017 UN Climate Change Conference (COP23) is currently underway in Bonn, Germany and it has many local and regional leaders from various parts of the world agreeing to more ambitious climate change goals by 2050. Buenos Aires …

The Pew Center in Washington has found that Argentines are more concerned about the impact of climate change than about the terrorist threat of the Islamic State or the influence of the United States, Russia or China.

Inhabitants of 38 …

Without having to stop producing, big cities are now forced to curb the consequences of the global economic system and climate change. Green infrastructures are an alternative to traditional construction designs. They help our increasingly and excessively industrialized planet