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How to know if a vegetable is really organic

If you are unsure about the nature of grocery items, here's the freebie: Some people have strict guidelines about eating organic fruits and vegetables. Some grocery product sections are mislabeled or disorganized enough to tell what was grown, which can be challenging.
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FEEDING

WHO warnings for excess sugar in baby food

Many baby foods are marketed as "suitable" for children under six months of age and are not. Many of them contain inappropriately high levels of sugar. The recommendation of the World Health Organization is that children should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life.
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The world's wind power capacity will grow by 60% in the next 5 years

According to Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables analysis, global wind capacity additions will average 71 GW per year in 2019-2023, and 76 GW in 2024-2028. As noted in the report, 'Update of Global Wind Power Market Outlook: Q2 2019 ', Wood Mackenzie has improved its global wind power outlook by 11 GW from 2019 to 2028, an increase of 1.5 over the previous quarter.
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Mexico bets on a cactus-based biofuel

The Mexican company NopaliMex produces biofuel for automobiles at a lower price than fossil fuels, and without emitting polluting gases. The project began by experimenting with the root of corn, in the state of Michoacán, when a producer of tortillas, the most popular of the country, he was trying to lower the costs of his entrepreneurship matter.
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ECONOMY

The emerging ontological turn: the need to rediscover our essence

A story from several years ago said "In our towns one goes to bed in the community and wakes up inside a national park." Situation that accounted for the times of creation of protected natural areas outside the local populations. Today it would be inconceivable for this to happen because a broad participatory process is required for the creation of a protected area.
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NEWS

You can't stop your head, try burning laurel

Formerly, humans made more measured use of pharmacology and to treat their ailments they resorted to equally effective and more natural remedies to treat them, while strengthening their immune system, resistance to pain and the strength of their mind. One of the remedies used was the laurel for its relaxing power on our mood.
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