Ecosistema/Biodiversidad, Special Projects

Giant Tortoise Fossils expose recent Climate Change in DR

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The biodiversity of Hispaniola island takes these specialists on a new journey in time. Scientists from Dominican Republic, New Zealand and the UK recently described the extinct giant tortoise of the island and presented new ideas on recent climate change in what we know today as DR and Haiti. Sigue leyendo “Giant Tortoise Fossils expose recent Climate Change in DR”

Special Projects, Sustainable Suits

SUMASA’s 5th Annual Sustainability Symposium

In an indoor Roman theater, the M.S. Sustainability Management Student Association of Columbia University (SUMASA) hosted a full house event at Casa Italiana during its annual sustainability symposium, for fifth consecutive year. Sigue leyendo “SUMASA’s 5th Annual Sustainability Symposium”

Investigaciones/Desastres, Sustainable Suits, tendencias

Por un Cambio Climático / For a Climate Change

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La Cumbre del Clima casi concluye. Son muchos los debates que se han realizado en París, y los que faltan por llevarse a cabo en estos once días de ejecución.

Se espera un acuerdo entre los más de 150 representantes de Estado que pretenden frenar los cambios que el clima ha experimentado, al menos, en los últimos 30 años. ¿Acuerdo? ¿Frenar? Sigue leyendo “Por un Cambio Climático / For a Climate Change”

Special Projects

Green Hotels in the United States

President Barack Obama sustains his remarks on Climate Change as the world waits for the summit next December in Paris. He thrives the United States to a historical program that will cut carbon emissions like never before.

We expect that the #CleanPowerPlan improves air quality and minimizes pollution generated by our own needs of “power”.

Tourism, an activity which we’re not always aware that we’re oftenly involved in, could add some numbers to the reduction cause. But, we need it to be entirely green.

Green Hotels in the United States

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