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  • The fashion industry, which is responsible for 8% of global CO2 emissions into the atmosphere, is the second most polluting after the oil industry. How can its impact on the environment be reduced? Biodegradable clothing is one of the answers and one of the industry's main commitments to promoting sustainability. Would you like to go shopping?

    Our food habits contribute to global warming, a phenomenon that is threatening to cause serious harm to the planet. The United Nations (UN) warns that food waste alone causes 10% of greenhouse gases and urges us to change our diet to reverse the situation.

  • Many parents distrust video consoles and don't want them in the house because they are afraid that they will damage their children's performance at school. However, the benefits of videogames include improved powers of concentration, creativity, memory, languages and teamwork.

    Blockchain technology is not only the basis of the cryptocurrencyBitcoin. This system for carrying out verifications and secure transactions on the Internet promises to revolutionise the management of smart cities with Blockchain4Cities, an initiative to coordinate, integrate and control different city services with transparency, efficiency and privacy.

  • The UN Climate Action Summit 2019 will be held on 23 September at the United Nations headquarters in New York and will focus on nine priority action areas, all of them led by 19 countries with the support of different international organisations. This meeting will undoubtedly help gauge the true global commitment to tackling the climate crisis.

    Jean-Michel Cousteau has devoted his life to the sea, and he is watching how human beings are abusing it with a mixture of amazement and concern. One example is the ever-increasing amount of plastic in the water. However, the French explorer has not given up hope and is optimistic about the future, provided that each and every one of us commits to this maxim: "By protecting the ocean, you protect yourself".