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eyesonsuriname meets Staatsolie CEO ir Jagesar in Amsterdam 21 July 2024

eyesonsuriname meets Staatsolie CEO ir Jagesar in Amsterdam 21 July 2024

eyesonsuriname meets Staatsolie CEO ir Jagesar in Amsterdam 21 July 2024

Study says 40% of Amazon region is potentially conserved — more than officially recorded

byLiz Kimbrough A larger portion of the Amazonian region might be under protection or potentially conserved than official records indicate, according to a new study published in the journal One Earth. A team of international researchers found that more than 40% of land across the nine Amazonian countries is under some form of conservation management, significantly higher than…
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Venezuela’s Strategic Pivot to BRICS: A Vision for Economic Revival

Venezuela’s Strategic Pivot to BRICS:

A Vision for Economic Revival eyesonsuriname Amidst geopolitical tensions and U.S. sanctions, Venezuela has taken a bold step by formally applying to join the BRICS alliance12. Led by President Nicolás Maduro, the oil-rich South American nation seeks to harness the economic rejuvenation opportunities that BRICS membership could offer. 1. Bypassing U.S. Sanctions: 2. Energy Trade…
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The Climate halting tragedy

Doesn’t really work out ( yet ) Trying to halt damaging climate change is a pair of ideas: decarbonise electricity and electrify the economy.  But this is not working out well. In fact it’s going bad, So, how is it going? Badly, is the answer.  eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, July 4th 2024–The question is if things will change…
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Regenerative Agriculture: Cultivating Resilience and Soil Health in Suriname

Regenerative Agriculture: Cultivating Resilience and Soil Health in Suriname

eyesonsuriname 1. Understanding Regenerative Agriculture Regenerative agriculture, a transformative approach to farming, seeks to restore ecosystems and enhance soil health. Unlike conventional practices, which often degrade soil quality, regenerative methods focus on holistic principles that benefit both farmers and the environment1. 2. Key Strategies for Soil Health Minimal Tillage and Cover Crops In contrast to…
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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 Philippines Tourism industry and sector

The Philippines Tourism industry and sector

More than abundant Investment Opportunities eyesonthephilippines Amsterdam, June 24th 2024– The tourism industry in the Philippines offers a wide range of investment opportunities, driven by the country’s natural beauty, cultural wealth and hospitality.  Investments in infrastructure, ecotourism, accommodation and adventure and recreation services can not only deliver significant financial benefits, but also contribute to the sustainable…
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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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The Philippines trying hard to lead in Banking and Finance Industries.

Forefront in SE Asia eyesonthephilippines  Amsterdam, — June 24th 2024–Thinking about and trying to analyze the future of the banking and finance industry in the Philippines we can’t escape the thought that this particular industry is characterized by digital innovation, regulatory support, and a high, serious commitment to financial inclusion and sustainability.  The integration of…
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Global Waste Trade and Climate Change

Navigating Challenges and Opportunities eyesonsuriname 1. Introduction The global waste trade, driven by economic globalization, has significant implications for our planet’s climate. As countries exchange waste materials, both hazardous and non-hazardous, we must recognize the delicate balance between economic growth and environmental sustainability. 2. The Environmental Impact 2.1 Carbon Footprint Around 20–30% of global CO₂…
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