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Panama seeks to reforest one million green hectares

The project will be presented by Panama during the XLIX session of ITTO, which will take place from November 25 to 30 in Libreville, Gabon (Central Africa), the Panamanian Foreign Ministry detailed in a statement. The support of the Swiss government became official. during a courtesy meeting held on Thursday by the Swiss ambassador, Pedro Zwahlen, to Foreign Minister Fernando Núñez, in the office of the head of Panamanian diplomacy.
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Barrick Gold's Glaciers

By Javier Rodríguez Pardo Until a few months ago, there were no glaciers in the Andes Mountains. It must be said this way, because the environmental impact reports presented by the mining company Barrick Gold in Chile and Argentina, avoided talking about glaciers. Until a few months ago, in the Andes Mountains there were no glaciers.
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When and how to see Comet 45P / Honda approaching Earth

The best time to see it is before sunrise, observing on the northeast horizon in the domains of the constellation Hercules, which can be recognized on the great star Vega of the Constellation Lyra.To your right, closer to the horizon is visible the constellation of Scorpio and the planet Saturn.
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Avocado seed (avocado or avocado)

The avocado, in addition to being delicious, provides us with antioxidants and natural fats that help us stay healthy and feel better. The seeds on the other hand contain fiber and amino acids and help prevent heart disease — and avocado seeds are the best of both worlds. Here are thirteen reasons to start grinding those seeds and including them in your daily diet: 1.
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Colombia: red alert declared in Medellín for air pollution

Medellín, the second largest city in Colombia, is on a red alert for air pollution, according to local authorities this Wednesday. “Due to the unfavorable meteorological conditions for the dispersion of pollutants, the air quality monitoring records show a significant increase in PM2 particulate matter.
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4.5 million hectares succumb before fires in Siberia

Some 4.5 million hectares have already been devastated by forest fires in Siberia, according to Greenpeace data. The authorities minimize the fact by reporting that there are 2.5 million. They are burning 4.5 million hectares Official data provided by the Federal Forest Protection Service from the Air, indicate that the area affected by forest fires is about 2.5 million hectares (about 25.
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