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Is there really anything more refreshing than drinking a beer while you gaze out across the sea? Well, there are a couple of companies in Mar del Plata that seem to think there is. Fluence Argentina, a company that …

With the close of another tumultuous week ahead of us, it’s time to start planning the weekend! As the weather warms up there are more and more opportunities to enjoy the fresh air outside at the city’s street markets, food …

Bad news for smokers in Buenos Aires: It looks like BA is following in the steps of New York.

City legislators from the PRO and the SUMA MAS – UNEN parties are currently pushing for two bills that seek to …

You want to do your best to minimize your carbon footprint, keep our planet clean and hug as many trees as possible, right? Good. We want to let you know how to keep your thumb green and your conscious satisfied …

Quick geography lesson. You know Mendoza? Officially, it’s a desert. But, thanks to the fact that the region receives an abundance of water from Andes snowmelt, canny agronomists grow vines – and grow them spectacularly well – in this barren …

A new study out of Stanford University has concluded what many know as obvious: agricultural companies prefer to operate in Latin American countries that have less stringent environmental regulations.

The expansion of industrial agriculture to meet global economic demand has …

Last month, Buenos Aires was named one of the world’s top 10 cities battling global warming by the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, which looks at over 60 mega cities from all around the globe. The Argentine capital obtained

If you think about it, Argentina is a country designed for stoners. Everyone is consistently running three to four hours late, the idea of a balanced meal is a dish that incorporates both cheese AND sugar, and you’ll be lucky …