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The Carbon Credits Market in the Philippines

eyesonthepilippines The carbon credits market in the Philippines holds promise as a tool for mitigating climate change and promoting sustainable development. While challenges remain, the country’s commitment to environmental protection and the growing global emphasis on carbon reduction provide a solid foundation for future growth. The incredibly beautiful and promising Philippines, an archipelago comprising over…
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The Plastic Waste Pollution in the Philippines

A Cleaner Future for All is possible. eyesonthephilippines Amsterdam, 14 June 2024– With its breathtaking natural beauty and vibrant communities, the Philippines faces a growing crisis that threatens its environment and well-being: plastic waste pollution. In recent years, the archipelago has witnessed a surge in plastic waste, from urban centres to remote beaches. In this document we’ll…
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Bio-inputs for Sustainable Agriculture in South America

Bio-inputs for Sustainable Agriculture in South America

eyesonbrasil Introduction Bio-inputs, which include technologies based on microbiomes or microorganisms, hold immense promise for sustainable agriculture in South America. These alternatives aim to reduce reliance on fossil-based inputs while enhancing productivity and environmental sustainability. In this article, we explore the adoption of bio-inputs in Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, highlighting challenges and opportunities. The Promise…
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Fundamental Additions and Changes in global food systems

According to Several European Governments eyesonproject Amsterdam, 11 june 2024– Global food systems must undergo tremendous and deep social, ecological and economic changes if the human rights charters want to be respected worldwide. Our global eyeson…project wants to encourage, throughout the world, the production of local agro ecological food, without climate impacts, equitable and participatory. We…
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Soil Regeneration

How Soil Regeneration can Prevent Erosion

eyesonbrasil Soil erosion is a critical environmental issue with far-reaching consequences. Let’s explore its impacts and effective measures for soil improvement and regeneration: 1. Impacts of Soil Erosion Soil erosion poses several challenges: 2. Measures for Soil Improvement and Regeneration To combat soil erosion and enhance soil health, consider the following strategies: Conclusion Soil regeneration…
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Overview of Agroecology in Brazil

Social, economic, and environmental perspectives eyesonbrasil Agroecology is a holistic approach to agriculture that integrates ecological principles with social and economic considerations. It emphasizes sustainable practices, biodiversity, and resilience. In Brazil, agroecology has gained prominence due to its potential to address pressing challenges such as climate change, food security, and rural development. Agroecology Concepts Agroecology…
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Resilience and Hope: The Journey of the Gauchos After the Floods

eyesonbrasil The Impact of the Waters The recent floods in Rio Grande do Sul have left a trail of challenges for many gauchos. With the water rising rapidly, many properties have been severely affected, leading to an unprecedented emergency situation. Relentless nature has shown its strength, but it has also revealed the resilience of the…
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Ernst Götsch’s Syntropic Farming:

A Green Revolution for Brazil’s Agribusiness eyesonbrasil 1. Introduction Ernst Götsch, a Swiss farmer and researcher, has pioneered a groundbreaking approach to agriculture known as syntropic farming. His farm, Fazenda Olhos D’Água, located in Piraí do Norte, Bahia, Brazil, serves as a living testament to the power of regenerative practices. Let’s delve into the principles…
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The Sustainable Future of the Brazilian Economy:

Four Key Points eyesonbrasil The search for a sustainable future is a global priority, and Brazil is not immune to this challenge. The study conducted by Wagner Faria de Oliveira, from PUC in Rio de Janeiro, on sustainable land use in Brazil offers valuable insights for shaping our economy in a more conscious and resilient…
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How Brazil Can Strengthen its Infrastructure to Combat the Climate Crisis

Dr. Edivando Vitor do Couto To comprehend the gravity and urgency of the climate crisis, it is essential to distinguish between the terms “climate crisis” and “climate change.” Climate change refers to long-term alterations in the Earth’s climate patterns, including variations in temperature, precipitation, and other meteorological phenomena over decades or centuries. This process is…
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