Latin America gains ground in the green transition and in the world of biofuels

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According to the report Latin American Economic Outlook (LEO) 2022: “towards a green and just transition” -presented on November 7 at the COP27 in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt- Latin America and the Caribbean constitute one of the most vulnerable regions to climate change. However, the region is well positioned to face a transition to renewable … Read more

“The feminization of culture in France is accelerating, proof that it is less foam than a ground swell”

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VSIt was not the primary objective, but the #metoo movement, in five years, has caused a spectacular feminization of culture in France, whether in the nominations or the works put forward. Above all, the phenomenon is accelerating, through multiple signs, of varying intensity, proof that it is less a question of foam than of a … Read more

Central African Republic: sustainable agriculture is gaining ground | Africanews

Central African Republic sustainable agriculture is gaining ground Africanews

Despite abundant water resources and millions of hectares of arable land, the Central African Republic suffers from hunger. In La Lobaye, a southwestern region renowned for its fertility, a handful of private investors have taken up the challenge of developing agriculture in an inclusive and sustainable way. Along the road, verdant savannahs, dense forests criss-crossed … Read more

Customer opinion study: a ground swell that spares no sector

Customer opinion study a ground swell that spares no sector

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 26:15 — 36.2MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Android | Blubrry | Email | It’s been a long time since I wanted to do a post on customer reviews and a study carried out in 2021 by the IFOP on behalf of Guest-Suite … Read more

These are the Spaniards who have won the ‘Nobel’ for analyzing chewing gums stuck on the ground

These are the Spaniards who have won the Nobel for

Related news The Spanish-Iranian team of researchers formed by Leila Satari, Alba Guillén, Àngela Vidal-Verdú and Manuel Porcar, from the University of Valencia, have won one of the coveted ‘Nobel Fake’ winners of the year, the Ig Nobel, which recognize the most absurd and yet useful research published throughout the year. In his case, the … Read more