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This, our only Earth

By Antonio Elio BrailovskyThe dreams of the Atomic Mouse Perhaps the most disturbing sign of this acting as if the laws of nature did not exist, is the use -pacific or military-of atomic energy. But, this requires telling a certain story. Many years ago, a children's magazine published a cartoon called The Atomic Mouse.
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When I grow up, I want to remain small. Animation

Little. Animation. A child's thinking about the system. I see older people on the street and I don't see that they are happy, only children enjoy life, so don't ask me what I want to be when I grow up, when I grow up I want to remain small. Direction, script, editing and illustrations: Edu glez Narrator: Álvaro Balas Music: Oscar Benas Production: Javier Balas & Edu Glez Sound: Alejandro Saudinós
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Declaration of the IV Summit of Indigenous Leaders of the Americas "Weaving Alliances for the Defense of Mother Earth"

The economic development model implemented by the States of the American continent ignores our reality and our Own Development; omits the recognition of good living, balance and harmony of our indigenous being with Mother Earth. The adoption and implementation of the American Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples must be a commitment of the States to stop the ethnocide of our peoples.
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Clusters of gold, Poison lagoons. Cyanide springs

By Philip M. Hocker The low cost and widespread application of heap leaching, the rush for new deposits, and the general flexibility of the Mining Law and government officials create dangerous synergies. Hundreds of wilderness areas and passageways for wildlife are vulnerable to open pit gold mining, thanks to cyanide leaching.
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Indigenous languages ​​of Ecuador

By José M. Atupaña Guanolema The strength of indigenous languages ​​in Ecuador is in the application of the Bilingual Intercultural Education System, achieved thanks to the struggle of nationalities and peoples for the development of languages ​​and cultures. Eurocentrism became official at the linguistic, educational, political and scientific level, there being the inability to understand that each indigenous language has an important contribution to universal linguistic science.
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