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Yolanda Kakabadse: “Crear un protocolo basado en la no emisión”

Posted on 09 December 2010 by admin

Yolanda Kakabadse. Crédito: WWF

Por Emilio Godoy

CANCĂšN, MĂ©xico, 8 dic (IPS/TerraViva) – AmĂ©rica Latina debe construir convenciones regionales para proteger la biodiversidad y combatir el impacto del cambio climático, segĂşn la ecuatoriana Yolanda Kakabadse, presidenta internacional del no gubernamental Fondo Mundial para la Naturaleza (WWF). Continue Reading

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Estudio mayor sobre la contaminación climática de los bovinos

Posted on 30 November 2010 by admin

Ganado uruguayo pastando. Crédito: Cortesía Sociedad de Criadores de Hereford del Uruguay.

Por Marcela Valente

BUENOS AIRES, nov (TierramĂ©rica/TerraViva) – Algunos de los grandes productores de vacunos de AmĂ©rica Latina trabajarán en equipo desde 2011 para cuantificar las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero de la actividad ganadera y para plantear opciones de mitigaciĂłn. Continue Reading

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