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GMO corn harms health and biodiversity

Said specialist assured that several researchers are against the planting of transgenic corn, because there is more and more scientific evidence on the potential damage to health and also to biodiversity, which in Foroambiental.com.mx we have already highlighted in In addition, he emphasized that this practice is not necessary in Mexico, since the agricultural production of native grain covers the quantity requirements and nutritional needs of the population.
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Merkel to the G20: "Global warming will have devastating consequences"

For Europe Pressa German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned in Australia that climate change does not respect borders and urged countries to commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. & 34; If we do not stop climate change it will have consequences devastating & 34;, Merkel said in a speech at the Lowy Institute in Sydney, where she arrived after attending the G20 summit in Brisbane last weekend.
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The new law for the renationalization of transgenic crops poses a threat to agriculture in Spain

By Teresa Rodríguez Pierrard Amigos de la Tierra, CECU, COAG, Ecologistas en Acción and PALT, consider that this decision will have a negative impact on the Spanish agricultural sector with the massive entry of transgenic crops. Spain is the country with the largest area of ​​transgenic crops in the European Union, well above the other 4 States that commercially produce genetically modified organisms (GMOs) (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, and Portugal) 1.
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Earth, native seeds, environment - this is the way of life

Here are our reflections: a. At the international level, we have reflected on land grabbing by imperialist countries through their multinationals, especially in Africa and Latin America. We are witnessing a true recolonization process: more than 50 million hectares have changed ownership, more than 100 billion US dollars have been spent on land grabbing and more than 100 billion dollars are at the disposal of the banks of more of 120 financial groups for land grabbing.
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The vampiric nature of Capitalism

By Joel Sangronis Padrón The capitalist civilizational model possesses, according to the Spanish eco-philosopher Joaquín Araújo, a vampiric nature, that is, it survives by sucking life (raw materials, work, identity, history) of the being or beings, populations or countries of those that feed, making them both "non-living", "undead".
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