Latin America's environmental justice takes center stage. From grassroots struggles to geopolitical twists, it's not just about global warming—it's a socio-ecological issue demanding a fresh narrative. The Green Revolution is here.
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The UK and Mexico extend their commitment to zero tariffs, ensuring trade stability until a free trade agreement is finalized in 2024. This move enhances economic ties and provides certainty for UK businesses, particularly benefiting automakers and food manufacturers.
Latin America and the Caribbean witness a trade revolution: goods dip 2%, but services surge 12% in 2023. The REDLAS conference explores the transformative power of modern services, driving economic growth, job creation, and sustainable development in the region.
Amidst the enduring Israel-Palestine conflict, experts urge a novel approach – prioritize lives over politics, seek justice, and rekindle dialogue. The quest for peace takes center stage, with calls for a ceasefire and international conferences, challenging old narratives.
Latin America's productivity paradox: Stuck in a time warp, this region generates jobs but struggles with low productivity and GDP growth. Can it break the cycle and embrace innovation?
Guatemala's “new democratic spring” is on the horizon as Bernardo Arévalo prepares to take office in January 2024. Despite powerful opposition, international support and a resounding electoral victory signal hope for change in a nation plagued by corruption and turmoil.
The gazelle skin map fragment, discovered by Halil Edhem workers, is a mystifying relic from Admiral Piri Reis, depicting uncharted territories with eerie accuracy, including Antarctica, long before its official discovery.