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And finally it happened, the Buenos Aires thermometer touched 40 ° C again after 27 years establishing the second hottest day in our contemporary meteorological history, since records were taken in 1906. Luckily a breath of fresh air saved us on Wednesday but the extreme heat today returns to the old ways. “Oh you who…

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Like every January 13, we talk about the importance of the World Day to Combat Depression. One of the main causes of disability in terms of direct and indirect costs but, above all, in terms of the suffering of those who suffer from it, due to the devastating effect of the capacity for personal fulfillment,…

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In 2016 we had the honor of publishing on these pages an article in which we highlighted, as something worthy of being imitated throughout the country, Buenos Aires law that had imposed a limit on indefinite re-elections of mayors of the province of Buenos Aires. Today, with some dismay, we see that which was a…

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From the irruption of the pandemic, in March 2020, and the issuance of DNU 297/2020, which inaugurated the ASPO and the successive decrees that extended it, the Government adopted a series of measures that violated the fundamental rights of citizens. With the argument of protecting health, the Government locked us up with endless quarantines; they…

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Year after year we have been approaching the critical values ​​that should not be exceeded by global polluting emissions, that is, they affect the entire Earth. When COP-1, convened by the United Nations, took place in 1995, the accumulated CO2 gases surrounding the Earth reached 360 ppm. These accumulated gases now reach 415, and emissions…

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Following the trend observed in different holiday centers around the world, since this summer in Pinamar they rule fines for smoking on the beach. The measure that establishes the areas where cigarettes cannot be lit was approved in 2019, but the first two years were used for publicity campaigns. The Deliberative Council of the seaside…

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