This week, some diverse things for all of us.
First, an outstanding video. She’s alive, claims this video on ecologists who gave their lives to defend biodiversity and the correct flow of nature.
For the bike lovers, here is an excellent link, which is like some sort of google map app, with all the bike stores in Buenos Aires, weird places to build up your bikes from scratch with your own style. The idea is applicable to any town in the world.
It brings hope to start looking at the Patagonian Argentine Sea as a renewable source of energy. As a sustentator article says, there are 3 parts in the world most suitable for this kind of energy source extraction: the Australian north coast, the Yellow Sea in Korea, an the Patagonian Argentine Sea. I keep on wondering with the utopia, lovely her, of having an Argentina with a renewable energy matrix: solar energy in the north, wind energy in the south, geothermic to the west, and the energy of the sea to the east.
For those willing to help in the Famatina mining case, you can here enlist in the cyberaction provided by Greenpeace, through which you can send a letter to the actual La Rioja Governor, Luis Beder Herrera, in order to make him cancel the project right away.
From here, I say Hi!