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Where does e-waste go?

By Cristian Frers The manufacture of electronic products has grown in recent years due to new designs that reduce the useful life of items. Compounds such as chromium, which is carcinogenic, are used in production; cadmium that affects the kidneys and bones; mercury that damages the brain and nervous system; lead that causes intellectual impairment, damage to the nervous, circulatory and reproductive systems; flame retardants that are neurotoxic and impair learning and memory.
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"Lewis's real estate megaproject would be bigger than the city of El Bolsón"

The English magnate Joe Lewis, intends to carry out a mega real estate project in Mallín Ahogado, where the water sources that irrigate the entire rural and productive area of ​​El Bolsón are located. It was approved by the municipal council, but is stopped by an injunction presented by the neighbors. In statements to Informativo FARCO, the communicator Javier Ishikawa of Radio La Negra said that “Lewis bought 800 hectares illegally and at a vile price. of the 14 thousand it already has in Lago Escondido.
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New phenomenon called 'Steve': column of purplish light in the sky of Canada

Sky watchers posted images on their Facebook group, which attracted the attention of Professor Eric Donovan, who after studying the phenomenon classified it as a stream of gas that flowed at high speed in the highest part of the atmosphere, according to What was specified by BBC.In the beginning, the group of fans had defined the column of light as an arc of protons, a theory that Donovan contradicted when he pointed out that this type of northern lights are not visible to human eyes.
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Satellite Observation as an information practice for Sustainable Development

Por Dr. Jesús Arnaldo Pérez Después del lanzamiento del primer satélite civil de observación de la tierra hasta la actualidad, se han realizado innumerables trabajos de aplicación de la Observación Satelital en los EE.UU, en Europa, en África y en América Latina. Cada día la cantidad de información o de datos satelitales sobre los recursos naturales de la tierra es múltiple y descomunal.
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Nepal shows the way to biodiversity conservation

By Naresh Newar A flock of Javanese marabou (Leptoptilos javanicus), an endangered bird, flies over the Narayani River when forest guide Jiyana Mahato calls for silence. It is the time of day when wild animals congregate by the water. A short distance away, a marsh deer bathes by the riverbank.
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In France, chickens replace pesticides in orchards

Chickens work for the well-being and health of fruit trees, replacing pesticides that pollute the environment.Christophe Bitault is a French fruit grower who converted to organic about twelve years ago, after reviewing his professional practices. As an option, he chose to incorporate black chickens in his garden to preserve his fruit trees from the attack of pests.
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