Climate Change

Aznar said he does not make sense to spend hundreds of billions of euros “as scientifically questionable causes as being able to maintain the temperature of the Earth within a hundred years and solve a problem that may, or may not have our grandchildren . Having said that, the secretary of the UN Convention on Climate Change, Yvo de Boer, said “In a few years,” Aznar could see the Spanish Sahara from your window if no measures are taken to mitigate the effects of warming. And the British economist Nicholas Stern, author of more comprehensive report on the effects of climate change, assured the public that Aznar Spanish newspaper “knows nothing about science.” According to Greenpeace, ExxonMobil Heartland Institute received 540 000 euros in the last 10 years. And by Philip Morris, which produced 850,000 million cigarettes in 2007. The Institute hosted the summit has called for a reduction in cigarette taxes and more freedom for smokers. The statements by the spokesman for Heartland, Zonia Pino, shared by other ideals, with the Spanish politician, as Manuel says Ascending. “We promote private education, because public schools are not efficient, and private healthcare, because we want people to be with their money and go to private hospitals, rather than have a nationalized health system.” The president of Heartland, the American Joseph Bast, author of “Why do we spend too much in health, in a country where 45 million people uninsured. But the reality is stubborn, says M G de la Fuente.

The synthesis report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change of the UN, whose scientists won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007, hundreds of scientific reports demonstrating the increase in air temperature and the ocean, widespread melting of the ice and the increase in sea level. Also, the warming is caused by humans and the development model of the last century, heavily dependent on fossil fuels. There will be less availability of water, increasing droughts and more people exposed to increased water stress. In the oceans, warming impacts are perceived in the movement and changes in algal, plankton and fish in high latitudes, and advancement in the migration of fish. The experience altered crops by heating. The planting seeds have to be done before and are damaged by forest fires and pests in the northern hemisphere. Fish stocks are also suffering the impact of climate change by changes in migration routes, thus affecting food availability and hence their reproduction. But Aznar said: “The scientific consensus enthusiasts and the inquisitors that protect them reject any discrepancies” and “this is a problem that it may or may not have our grandchildren.” Faced with this approach to comments.

Radical Relations with Water

Supposed to meet radical changes in our relationship with water and how we use and therefore requires a collective effort very important. Very worrying what Ernesto Guhl Nannetti provides that the dramatic situation in Africa, beset by thirst and water-borne diseases and to a lesser extent in other regions of the world, can not be ignored, as well as management of shared river several countries is fertile ground for international conflicts caused by resource increasingly demand and lower quality. Add the loss of carrying capacity of ecosystems by human intervention on them aggressive and pollution. Thirsty world is presented. To help ensure that this image will become reality, said that he had raised the need to generate and disseminate a new “water culture” that gives its symbolic and economic value as an essential element for life, welfare and development and to encourage their conservation and careful use, within a holistic view of resource management, which until now has been fragmented and partial This cultural change should be brought forward through training and educational processes covering the whole of society and is achieved a major challenge for governments. The rationalization of consumption, taking into account the priorities of the different uses, is also a fundamental part of the new culture.

We must be concerned seriously, which the United Nations Organization (UN), at present, of 6250 million, 1,100 million lack access to drinking water and 2400 million lack adequate sanitation. Figures approximate values involved in 40 percent of the world population. The most popular pages Black Report realize that five million people-most of them children, die each year from drinking contaminated water. The same report warns that unless this situation reversed in 2025, deaths and diseases caused by scarcity and water pollution could acquire tragic dimensions. We add the Latin American continent is the biggest injustice in the use and access to water, according to a work of Maude Barlow, Canadian activist and world reference in the subject. Although it is the region with the greatest volume of fresh water per capita, with 20 percent of world total, 80 million people lack access to vital liquid in Latin America.

In the same study reports that while Latin American consumes an average of 20 liters per day, an Italian, an American comes to 213 can exceed 600 liters per day. Barlow offers another example: Canada has a tenth of the surface freshwater on the planet, but less than 1 percent of world population. Definitely About 1,000 million people currently lack safe drinking water, and another 2,500 million lack access to sanitation. Experts note that women and girls are most affected by the water crisis, as are those who carry more household responsibilities, such as cleaning, cooking, collecting water and caring for children and the sick. These tasks are exposed to many risks, such as contamination by water-related diseases and violence in conflict zones, and often prevent them from going to school or have a job. According to the United Nations Fund for Children (UNICEF), women and girls in developing countries walk an average of six miles a day to transport 20 liters of water.

The Global Crisis in Communications

The global crisis of the item we are all trying at the moment and what is not so concerned with major upheaval in our mind and consents. With this crisis we are so worried that all we are not preparing to avoid a large devaluation of our businesses that are at the point of bankruptcy because of the global crisis that awaits us at close range with his eyes wide open to give us a great stick. But the most worrying aspect of this whole crisis is that “governments are not so concerned that say” that the president of my country are traveling for fifteen days but not for business travel because it was a non-contracting business because there is no news or something that just came out and nothing else.

On the other hand the great news that abound on TV that is not stopping, which is the crisis with the United States. United States is in crisis but the question is And why? Well the answer to that question because almost everyone who is alive and is at least ten minutes of news knows that the U.S. crisis is happening now. But being more specific and give news to those who do not want to see the reality will tell you what actually has to the U.S. in crisis “because there is no more blind as those who do not want to see.” What really brought the United States in the position that now is the famous war began with Iraq and the bad decisions taken by President Bush not to make sense and are making guerrilla-minded people and lovers wars that as I say in one of my articles from my blog that I can not find enough reasons that took the president to continue this famous war with Iraq.

Ramon De Belausteguigoitia

RAMON DE Belausteguigoitia (1891-1981) “There in front of Spain a great character: it is ana. His work is to strengthen the traditional soul, the skeleton of Spain, and embed it in the modern evolution. It is the true leader. No going back to the masses begging the direction and guidance. Can deal with unfair or foolish opinion, although most have …

Feat, is a man of action, is a providential man. “Ramon de Belausteguigoitia. THE VOICE OF A VERY LAST LORD OF A LONG When, in 1933, General Sandino, “an extraordinary champion of freedom” as Belausteguigoitia, introduced him to his wife, tells the Basque writer who said: “I will present a man with a long name, there is no way to pronounce it at first. “Ramon de Belausteguigoitia Landaluce born in Llodio, Alava, October 27, 1891 and died in Madrid in 1981. Left end of the Athletic Club for five seasons, where he also plays his brother Jose Maria, the Belauste famous author of the historic goal against Sweden in the Summer Olympics of 1920. He studied law at the University of Salamanca and later extended his studies in London, where he works as a correspondent for the newspaper El Sol, during the First World War.

On his return a publicist and head of the Development Section in the Municipality of Bilbao. Hermes help and Euzkadi magazines. He is a member of the Society of Basque Studies since 1923. Lies some time in Nicaragua, where he works as a correspondent. After getting married to Ana Lopez Sberck, set out in the Mexican state of Coahuila, where he and his brother Ignacio, operates a ranch. After touring several countries including China, Japan and Russia, the military uprising of General Franco in Spain was surprised. Before the war ended he returned to Mexico, where he remained in exile until 1974, returning to his country. During his exile maintains his membership in the Basque Nationalist Party, working in the Basque Center of Mexico. His books are discussed in The Spains, the magazine’s most prestigious literary and cultural exile. Nationalist ideology, Belausteguigoitia feels a great interest in other cultures and the problems of the land as reflected in his numerous works. Trueba. Its significance in modern Basque literature (1914), essay published to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of “Anton of Songs” Statism to economic nationalism. Regional considerations (1917), The land question in the Basque Country (1918), The foundations of a national government Basque (1918), a work which reflects his vision of the Basque question, based on the official status of Euskera and Castilian, Basque university development, cross-class society, a national church and administrative autonomy to Spain conceived as a confederation of nations: The reform of rural property and urban property in the Basque Country (1920), Mexico close (1930);

With Sandino in Nicaragua. Time for Peace (1934); Euzkadi in flames (1938), a novel in which he recounts some episodes of the war that bears his entire family into exile, the transformation of agriculture in Mexico (1947), The shade of the mesquite (1951), one of his most famous novels, The unexplored valley (1960), The Great Adventure (1967) Novel of a retrograde (1970) and The Ballad of Peace (1971). The life and work of Belausteguigoitia confirm what we said about the Basques: “do not merely live, but tend to be action.” Francisco Arias Solis I am a man who always tells the truth. (Phrase Salvochea Fermin glossed in the book: 102 reasons to remember Salvochea) of Internet Portal for Peace and Freedom and Free Forum.