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At this point, there’s no use trying to beat around the bush. Climate change is real, we’re destroying the planet, the glaciers are melting, and basically… it’s all our fault. Yep. Sorry about that. It sucks. So, if you care …

Did you know that plastic straws can take from 150 to 400 years to decompose? Or that, in Buenos Aires shopping malls alone, over 2 million plastic straws are consumed every month? Or how about the fact that if you …

A quick scroll over the website of mining company Vale and its mission statement of the company pops up on the screen. According to one of the biggest mining companies of the world, present in ten countries, and on almost

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 …

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 …

On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a speech in which he confirmed rumors of a significant restructuring in the Argentine cabinet and the government’s ministries. The changes are part of the Government’s goal of dramatically reducing Argentina’s fiscal deficit

The Conservation Land Trust Argentina is an organization which promotes the creation of national parks to expand their localization and re-introduce the wildlife that was lost in these areas due to human activities. We had the opportunity to talk with

Oh, traveling. We love it, but it’s now impossible to ignore its environmental and social implications, as more and more places strive to reduce tourism instead of promoting it. While travel companies often tend to bury their heads in the …

martina stassoThe ocean serves as the pulse of our planet’s life. It regulates climate, generates more than 50 percent of the oxygen we breathe, stores the carbon dioxide that we produce in excess, and sustains a large part (80 percent) of …

20171105_132216-ConvertImage“Just one choice. Every human action has a real, unique, and unquestionable impact. Faced with changing paradigms, old habits have no room for survival. The time is now.” The caption, displayed under one of the photos at the exhibit, sums …