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To the Last Drop

To the Last Drop

By Jonas Jägermeyr — The Mark News — Everybody depends on it, there is no substitute if we run out, and it might be even more valuable than oil; yes, it’s freshwater. The growing water scarcity as a result of rising human demands and a changing climate increasingly undermines global food […]

National Parks Network — 16 Countries Meet in Lima

National Parks Network — 16 Countries Meet in Lima

Peru and Colombia have signed a technical cooperation agreement for joint action in conservation of national parks and protected areas that the both share along Peru’s northeastern border. The agreement has been signed during the first Latin American national parks meeting,  being held in Lima this week.  The Council of […]

El Niño: A Look at 10,000 Years in Seashell Fossils

El Niño: A Look at 10,000 Years in Seashell Fossils

The El Niño phenomenon, or southern oscillation, which we are experiencing today occurs every few years in the Pacific, affecting weather patterns on and beyond its shores.  The warm ocean current has certainly affected the Peruvian economy in the past four decades, but it also influenced the destiny of pre-Hispanic civilizations […]

Chefs promote sustainable cooking at COP20

Chefs promote sustainable cooking at COP20

By Paula Dupraz-Dobias As negotiations at the United Nations climate change summit run into their last stretch after nearly two weeks of deliberations, top world leaders took a brief pit stop to savor food prepared sustainably, by two of the country’s top chefs. Gaston Acurio, world-renown for elevating the country’s […]