Por Gustavo Salle Lorier y Ramiro Chimuris Sosa Los estados tienen la misma responsabilidad en cuanto a las violaciones de los derechos económicos, sociales y culturales y las violaciones a los derechos civiles y políticos. Dichos incumplimientos generan responsabilidad internacional que ameritan una condena al Estado y una reparación a las víctimas.
By Javier Rodríguez Pardo It was in the middle of March 2003 when we received the news of a court order that forced a Mapuche family to abandon their ancestral lands. Because that's what it's about, without any euphemism. My testimony in court Averaged March 2003. The city of Esquel, “el abrojal” at the foot of the Andean mountain range, was about to go down in history by expelling one of the first transnational mining companies of Patagonian gold.
A Soviet-era garbage dump in a swamp outside Riga was in the past an obstacle to Latvia's entry into the European Union. Now, it has become a model of resource use and waste management that the bloc's legislators want to promote.For Rigues, the new symbol of the Getlini landfill is yellow tomatoes grown with renewable energy generated from methane produced by waste. .
By Raúl Zibechi Despite proclaiming himself a socialist and defending & 34; good living & 34;, President Rafael Correa is promoting large-scale open-pit mining, which has been causing serious environmental and social damage throughout the region. Throughout the Andean region, mining has caused the contamination of water sources that threatens the survival of thousands of communities, a fact that is at the base of the birth of a new generation of social movements.
Luca Ferrari Pedraglio, researcher at the Geosciences Center of the National Autonomous University of Yucatán (Geociencias UNAM), focuses his work on the study of regional tectonics in Mexico and the Caribbean, as well as on the relationships between magmatism, tectonics and geodynamics with applications for geothermal exploration and for mineral resources.
Increasingly, scientists are learning about the composition of our planet understanding that events related to climate change, weather and the sea are closely related to the tectonic activity that continuously vibrates under our feet. This study was conducted by researchers and geophysical scientists from the United States and Canada using data obtained from the USArray.