Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Opinion: The Most Polluting Industries Should Not have a Voice on Climate Change
How is climate change intended to be mitigated when the entities that must regulate and take strong and safe actions are giving the floor to the most polluting industries?
Opinion: European Soccer may Need a Draft
A draft format in soccer would result in greater competitiveness at the professional level
Opinion: The Candidacy of Juan Carlos Echeverry is a Threat to the Environment in Colombia
The former Minister of Finance and former president of Ecopetrol seeks to become the new president of Colombia, but in the past he has already shown little interest in environmenta...
Opinion: Why is Mariana Pajón the Best Colombian Athlete in History?
Mariana Pajón, the Colombian BMX cyclist, is indisputably the best athlete Colombia has ever had
Opinion: The Failure of the Paris Agreement Predicts the Failure of the other Treaties
Environmental agreements have no meaning or future if they do not address the problem that the livestock industry produces for the environment
Opinion: It's Time to Take the Olympics to Africa
It is necessary to hold the Olympic Games on the African continent after centuries of oblivion
Opinion: The Oil Industry Lobby is the Cancer of Our Time
Of the many cancers in our society today, climate change denial and the oil companies that finance it are the worst of all
Opinion: It's Time To Change Colombia's National Anthem
Supporters Of This Idea Argue That the Lyrics Do Not Represent Colombians As a Nation
Opinion: Venezuelans, Not Migrants, Refugees
Venezuelan refugees fleeing hunger and dictatorship meet the rejection of governments and the Latino population
Opinion: The challenge for Latin America is to be one of the most sustainable regions
Latin America has all the opportunities to take the lead and become the most sustainable region and advance in the defense of the environment
Opinion: Logan Paul vs. Floyd Mayweather is the commemoration of stupidity
The fight between the influencer and the boxer shows how low we are willing to go for entertainment
Opinion: Can the global eco-awakening save us?
Today we pay more attention to the environment, to the climate crisis, to the need to opt for a sustainable economy, but will this save us?
Opinion: independent journalism, the only one that will guarantee today's world
Is freedom of the press an increasingly scarce value?
Opinion: Eco-anxiety shows that responsibility continues to fall on the individual
As the climate crisis progresses, helplessness grows because of not being able to do much about it. Individuals become anxious while our leaders make decisions that put us in dange...
Opinion: let's arm our cops (with cameras)
Providing "body cameras" to our police officers would reduce police abuse and improve the image of these institutions
Opinion: Veganism as an ethical and political act
In the midst of a health crisis and the imminent threat of climate change, veganism is a more ethical and political option than a nutritional one
Opinion: United against "tax evasion" youtuber
The recent controversy over famous Spanish streamers living in Andorra opens a new debate
Opinion: Is it really in our hands to stop climate change?
While the small changes that we make as individuals can contribute to the race against climate change, it is not in our hands to stop what is imminent
Opinion: Could cinema die as we know it?
Movie consumption could change the way we relate to cinema
Opinion: The problem of "self-care"
The beauty and wellness industries found a gold mine that is trending in networks
Neither silence nor oblivion
Remaining silent and not legally reporting sexual abuse out of fear does not prevent it from happening, and worse, it increases sexual violence.
Virtual sports: is it worth watching?
Are e-sports a poor replacement for "real" sports during the quarantine?
Four ways natural gas can save money for your industry
If you own an industry yourself, then you’ll understand that power doesn’t come cheap
Gender violence and early education: inexorably linked?
Early education for men is essential if one day we want to stop gender violence.
Do you really know what coaching is?
The first key is to understand that coaching and these methodologies were not born a year or two ago.
No one is alien to the financial markets
The phrase "my outer world reflects my inner world" here becomes tangible .
Do you only feed your body?
If, as people say, we are what we eat, the food we provide to our mind also defines us as human beings.
Bravo, entrepreneurs women!
Not only has the number of women entrepreneurs increased, but also the number of companies that are being led by women .
Your mind is the secret of your success
It is first from the inside that you can transform or attract what you want outside.
We need appropriation of entertainment and art
Recreation and use of free time have become a difficult luxury to acquire and free tickets are not used as they should .
Do you know how the new relational schemes work?
There is not a single relationship model, each connection, with one or more people, has its uniqueness.
We continue building walls
The world seems not to have understood the purpose and since then more walls have continued to be built.
The insolence of the media with women's sports
Of the top 100 highest paid athletes in Forbes, Serena Williams is the only woman. And that seems not to be part of the media agendas
Marketers must reflect on social media as a cause of social exclusion
Social exclusion theory argues that individuals are susceptible to experiencing anxiety at the thought of being excluded from important social groups
A new model for end of life care
The program might make an important contribution to lowering health costs and helping terminally ill patients spend more of their time at home
The “opioid crisis” in Latin America is one of undertreatment and suffering
The situation in Latin America regarding access to and availability of opioids is still limited and is below 100 statistically defined daily doses
Puerto Rico Absurd Political Hurricane
Two years ago it was a hurricane - today it is a political storm that shakes the island with a population of about 3.2 million
New international moon race could define humanity's future: Peter Apps
Fifty years after Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins blasted off for the moon, a new space race is on
Mestizaje is a major source of racial attitudes in Latin America
Despite clues from ethnographic research, we lack nationally representative evidence on the general population’s feelings about mestizaje
No more! Soccer is not the only sport in the world
It is time to realize that our potential in Colombia is not limited to two goals, 22 men and one ball. Our talent is much bigger than that
Copper concentrates tightness threatens benchmark pricing
The copper market may be stuck in a well-worn trading range but there is plenty of action unfolding in the mine concentrates segment of the copper supply chain
Health is not a valid argument against raising the retirement age in Latin America
The nations that are experiencing the effects of demographic aging and its consequences turn to raise the retirement age attempting to maintain economic health
Women on the money – Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, America’s Harriet Tubman
Having a diversity of figures held up as role models, however, is also hugely important and can have a much wider impact
Latin America must listen to the people of Hong Kong’s message regarding extradition
If most of the Constitutions of Latin American countries formerly explicitly prohibited the extradition of nationals and changes were made based on a historical circumstance relati...
What is Latin America waiting for to stop looking north?
In the face of new threats of mass deportation and the re-election campaign of the president who issues them, the region has more reasons to question its relationship with the Unit...
Venezuelan babies suffer the devastating consequences of the crisis
Children born outside Venezuelan territory face serious problems when it comes to nationalizing and entering the health system
Latin America must enter the race for 5G technology
Not only is it a matter of houses being smart, but the 5G network would increase the region's competitiveness to improve living conditions
No more politicized media!
For media not to censor, it is necessary to detach from any relationship with public leadership
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