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¿Que esta pasando en el Mundo? Un nuevo volcán esta vez en Guatemala se ha activado. Pánico , terror y desesperacion es lo que están viviendo nuestros hermanos en esta región. Se reportan varios muertos y desaparecidos.

Publicado en Educación

El aguacate – El lado oscuro del superalimento 

Sorprendente documental sobre el lado oscuro del aguacate. Descubre los daños ecológicos que empeoran y contaminan nuestro medio ambiente por el abuso excesivo del consumo y plantación desmesurado de este superalimento.

Publicado en gobierno

Finally some good news for climate change

The U.S. fight against climate change has faced some serious challenges in the past few months. Just last week, for example, the Trump administration spent its time at the UN conference on climate change praising the benefits of coal. But there is actually one bit of good news. One state has announced some significant steps forward in its fight against climate change and move to more renewable energy.

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Will Trump Stay in the Paris Climate Deal After All?

Over the weekend, rumors surfaced that President Trump was waffling on his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accords. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and National Security Adviser HR McMaster both indicated that the U.S. is open to negotiations on staying in the landmark international agreement. The White House quickly denied these claims, and the rumors were quashed when Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic adviser, affirmed this morning Trump’s commitment to following through on the withdrawal. Confusing? You bet. But this latest episode should serve as a reminder that Trump’s cabinet is not united behind his “leave first, negotiate later” strategy. That’s why it remains critical for you to keep the pressure on our state leaders to show the world and members of Trump’s own cabinet that the U.S. will not give up its seat at the international climate table. Share this update and invite your friends to join the call to transition our states to 100% clean energy.

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