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Peru, part two: the lure of the Andes

Peru does most things on a grander scale than Ecuador — the country is bigger, its Amazon region is vaster, and the mountains are more imposing. 766 more words


Environmental Conflicts and the Place of Interdisciplinarity in Argentina

by María Valeria Berros

Environmental issues are highly debated in today’s Argentina, and are researched across a range of disciplines—political science, sociology, anthropology, history, philosophy, literature, and law—as problems linking nature protection, development, and poverty. 1,200 more words

Environmental History

LaRouche: History Will Be Made This Week and Next

“China is rapidly modifying the map of the world economy… and contributing to an unprecedented cycle of growth,” Alicia Barcena, the Executive Director of the U.N. 672 more words

Lyndon Larouche


The thirteen large islands (more than 10 square kilometres in area) and over forty small islands, islets and rocks (many of them unnamed) making up the… 2,106 more words

South America


QUITOLong narrow city.  High in the Andes, Ecuador’s capital, Quito, unfurls in a long north–south ribbon, more than 35km top to bottom and just 5km wide. 463 more words

South America

Travel Bucket List

I have seen a lot of these recently, whether on other people’s blogs or on different websites, and I thought I would write one of my own! 230 more words


Movie Quote of the Day

“Estoy avergonzado de mi propia ceguera. Verdadero destino del hombre es la libertad. El deseo de ser libre es como un impulso natural. Es un impulso que viene desde el intestino. 442 more words