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The elected mayor of Andalgalá in dialogue with Rodríguez Pardo

By Javier Rodríguez Pardo The first interview given by the elected mayor of Andalgalá, Alejandro Páez, was with Javier Rodríguez Pardo. The dialogue revolved around mega open-pit hydrochemical mining. The winning vote in the municipal elections of the Catamarca district of Andalgalá was "no to open-pit mining", something that, much to her regret, also recognizes the elected governor Lucía Corpacci, former Kirchnerist senator, granddaughter of the ruling dynasty Saadi, niece of Governor Vicente Saadi and cousin of Ramón Saadi, the one whose mandate was interrupted by former President Carlos Menem due to the crime of María Soledad.
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The poison is on the table (or poison is on the table)

Documentary made by Brazilian filmmaker Silvio Tendler on pesticides in 2011, which shows the public the danger it represents for workers, for citizens and the way in which they are eating badly and dangerously, because of a perverse agricultural model, based on agribusiness.
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The poor making machine

By Ricardo Mascheroni Just as cars, furniture, houses, automobiles and so many other things for consumption are manufactured, the poor are also made. The decline in the final product (poor), inexorably leads to the decline in the accumulation capacity of the increasingly few rich, in any place and time.
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Since 1970, biodiversity in forests has decreased by 53%

Forest-dwelling wildlife populations have declined by approximately 53, according to the Below the Canopy report by WWF. According to WWF, the main threat to forest biodiversity is 60 human activity. Also, this decrease was greater in tropical forests, such as the Amazon rainforest.
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