“There is no progress. What is gained on one side is lost on the other. Since we do not know what we lost, we believe that we won ”Jaques LacanThe virus that afflicts humanity today has completely transformed the world. For better and / or for worse, what is coming will be different from what we knew… We realize that in just over 4 months of slowing down human activity, a number of surprising news about environmental resilience are beginning to appear.
Taking care of the efficient management of energy in our home is one of the basic premises of those of us who care about caring for the environment. Managing the temperature of our house in an ecological way is possible and we will tell you about it below: Managing the temperature of the home in a sustainable way is beneficial both for our health and for the carbon footprint that we generate.
By stiffening the streets and highways, the trucks would use less fuel and save the planet carbon emissions.When you walk on a sandy beach, it takes more energy than walking on a sidewalk, because the weight of your body pushes towards the sand. It turns out that the same is true for vehicles that drive on highways.
Respiratory diseases are common throughout the year beyond the cold and wet seasons. Allergies, colds, coughs, are discomforts that we can alleviate without taking drugs, and trying natural remedies. Uncontrollable coughing is one of the most annoying symptoms, especially when it comes time to sleep.
On February 5, the Rafaela District Judge, Duilio Hail, issued a resolution in the environmental protection trial that more than 40 residents presented - with the sponsorship of the General Defender of the province of Santa Fe - in order to keeping agrochemical spraying at a “reasonable” distance from the population, defending the health of the community.
In Switzerland, a debate has arisen that seeks to include the rights of animals, especially domestic animals, in its Constitution. It also seeks to incorporate norms of "ecological agriculture" and take into account a popular initiative against intensive livestock. The Federal Council (Executive) studied the popular initiative "no to intensive livestock in Switzerland" and showed its willingness to incorporate it into the national Constitution “A respectful accommodation for production animals”.