WORLD WATER DAY: DO YOU KNOW ITS VALUE?

El Día Mundial del Agua

World Water Day was created on March 22, 1993 at the UN Conference on Environment and Development and is celebrated every year on this date with a fundamental objective: remind us of the importance of this liquid for the survival of all species and for the development of social and economic activities. All those fortunate […]

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MORE RESPONSIBLE WATER CONSUMPTION AT HOME

El consumo del agua

Leonardo Da Vinci defined water as “the driving force of all nature“. It is the most important element for all living beings, without exception, and that is why it is considered the most precious commodity. Human beings should be aware of its importance for life. It is a non-renewable natural resource and essential for survival, […]

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7 TIPS FOR A RESPONSIBLE CHRISTMAS

Una Navidad responsable

Gifts, parties, dinners and meals are the usual thing at Christmas time. And without forgetting that many households are marked by inequality during these dates, in others, there are expenses and actions that move away from conscious consumption and become wasteful. In order to reflect on this fact, we would like to propose 7 tips […]

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THE SUSTAINABLE FOOD DECALOGUE

el decálogo de la alimentación sostenible

What are we talking about when we refer to sustainable food? Food provides our body with all the necessary nutrients for the body to function properly. But it does not only impact positively or negatively on us. The way we choose to eat also influences the environment and depending on the choices of governments and […]

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WHY ARE THERE ENDANGERED ANIMALS?

Animales en peligro de extinción

“Endangered animals” refers to the probability that a species will disappear. The action of human beings not only affects our health, but also that of other living beings. All species coexist on planet Earth and it seems that humans have more rights than other species to remain in this place, when it is not true. […]

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