When tragedy covers the urgent

A few days after the IPCC report was issued, once again announcing the extreme situation in which the planet finds itself, Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. A conflict largely marked by the geopolitics of oil and which will mean a reversal of progress in the short term.

Environmental defense sprouts from the bottom

Co-author Leonardo E. Stanley
Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, average temperatures have gradually increased. However, in the last five decades the increase has accelerated and has placed humanity on the edge of ecological security.

Oil is no longer trendy

Co-author Daniela Carrión
The fashion industry is one of the most lucrative worldwide. It has a value similar to the GDP of France and employs more than 300 million people. However, it is the second most polluting industry in the world.

The Escazú Agreement and Environmental Democracy

The agreement marks a turning point in the regional environmental agenda and has enormous potential in the process of building fairer, more equitable and sustainable societies. Once it comes into force, our task as citizens will be to work to ensure that it is ratified by all countries and becomes a reality.

Mercosur-EU Agreement: for a binding environmental clause

What has changed since the agreement in 2019 to make voices of rejection emerge in the EU? The key factor is the environmental crisis caused by the Bolsonaro government and its support for Brazilian agriculture, its denial of climate change, its threats to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, and its alignment with the US.

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