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One of the very few sectors in Argentina that, amid a steep recession, is actually increasing its production, the government has a lot invested in Vaca Muerta.

Along with big oil companies, the Macri administration is chomping at the bit

President Mauricio Macri will not travel to Brazil on January 1st to attend the inauguration of his Brazilian counterpart, Jair Bolsonaro, Argentine press reported on Monday.

Last week, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie had confirmed the President would in fact attend …

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 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 …

Old-time Porteños were secretly futuristic. Even when they had probably never heard such thing as “sustainable development,” – the term was coined in 1983 – they sow the seeds for what would later become the smartest city in Latin America. …

Now there are no doubts. Argentina joined the (so far small) group of countries that have ratified the Paris climate change deal when it published it today in the Official Bulletin. Earlier this month Congress approved the deal, so …