By Javier Garcés Prieto The development of the "cities of consumption" has transformed the urban geography and the consumption and living habits of citizens. For this reason they are considered to be the “cathedrals” of the new “consumer religion” that spreads across the planet. The development of the “cities of consumption” has transformed the urban geography and the habits of consumption and life of the citizens.
At a time when the coffee sector is facing many challenges ranging from low productivity and high production costs to the threat of climate change, we are curious to see the multitude of initiatives that have coffee recycling as their main theme. estimates that 152.1 million bags of coffee were consumed worldwide in 2016 and in addition to the known properties of its residues as natural fertilizers, many initiatives are seeing this resource as a suitable raw material for new industrial and food projects or artistic.
Data from a 'software' developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory reveals that the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 created waves of energy that penetrated the Earth's upper atmosphere, disturbing the distribution of electrons. in the ionosphere, the region of the atmosphere between about 60 to 1.
NASA's ARIA team used satellite data acquired on September 2, 2019 to map flooding in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, although many NASA missions are tracking Hurricane Dorian as the storm heads toward the America, some researchers are looking at what Dorian has already left behind.
Enjoying wheat in its purest form allows you to benefit from all the virtues of this nutritious cereal and create surprising recipes. Nutrition experts say that more than half of the daily energy should be obtained from foods rich in complex carbohydrates, such as those provided by whole wheat.
Species are being lost around the world, but in different regions, there are variables. Scientists have analyzed about two hundred investigations in this regard and the conclusions show that the biodiversity crisis is not just a decline, but a large-scale reorganization. The oceans of the tropics are the most affected by the loss of species.