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The wolf in a children's story:

Little Red Riding Hood We all know what happened to a very beautiful girl whom her mother covered with a red cape. Cape that the little girl wore so often that the locals called the girl: Little Red Riding Hood.Once, her mother told her to go and leave some cupcakes for her grandmother who lived across the forest, she repeated many times not to entertain through the forest, it was very dangerous because a wolf was loose.
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Kingdom of Spain: changes in land use on the coast 1987-2005 and accelerated loss of ecosystem services and destruction of a common good

By Xavier Fontcuberta Estrada and Fernando Prieto In the last 20 years the pressure on this resource has increased dramatically through the massive occupation of the coastal territory, negatively affecting the physical and ecological functionality of the coastline. Although the current economic crisis has caused a sharp reduction in the rate of urbanization and construction of the coastline, there is a significant risk that the privatization and appropriation of our coastline will be started again, since the main threat to its future is the surface requalified and already declared as developable and the realization of new and greater infrastructures that later allow colonization through urban developments.
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No to the FTAA because we are saying Yes to Life

By Carlos Galano The set of political, epistemological, pedagogical and social logics that drives the FTAA proposal for the territorial space of Latin America is the logic of emptiness. To all and all, good afternoon. When dealing with the problems generated in the Region by the formulation and implementation of the FTAA, surely and as we develop our presentation, we will be, in principle, adhering to what Hugo Yasky has already raised at a general level, especially regarding the proposals that emerged a few days ago in Costa Rica, from the IEAL meeting, and also, to what the specialist in Education Sciences who preceded us has raised For the FTAA, by the announcements of its mentors, by the ideological conception and due to the vision of the world that it wishes to build, education is slowly transforming itself into a tradable asset through the rites of the Market.
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Ecosystems and resilience to climate change

In different regions of the planet the effects and impacts of climate change are already evident (ocean acidification, retreat of glaciers, extreme droughts, torrential rains, floods, environmental disasters, etc.). But neither the lengthy 5th IPCC report 1 nor other very serious studies that confirm this, along with the commitments and goals of the Paris Agreement (COP 21 of 2015) 2, accelerate the measures and concrete actions of the international community, in particular of the industrialized and emerging countries of the G-20 that concentrate the highest global GHG emissions (79).
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Brexit prevents Britain from tackling the climate crisis

Baroness Brown cautions that the country's world-class resources must be better used to cope with the climate crisis. Britain has one of the best capacities in the world to cope with the climate crisis, but it is not using it. That is the stark view of leading expert Baroness Brown, a member of the UK's Climate Change Committee (CCC).
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Airfare could increase in value to offset carbon emissions

British ministers hope the planned taxes will make the public more aware of the climate damage caused by flights. Airfare could be increased by having to pay an additional “carbon charge” as part of a government initiative to reduce emissions. of CO2 and face the climate crisis.
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