Monthly Archives: July 2019

IUCN Red List of Bolivia’s Endangered Animals

Established in 1964, the International Union for Conservation of Nature or IUCN Red List has evolved into becoming the most comprehensive source of global information used by wildlife departments and other government agencies, non-governmental conservation organizations, natural resource planners, business communities, educational institutions and students, As it is our aim to disseminate information about Bolivia […]

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Bolivia’s Hopes for Meat Boom via China Trade, Raise Deforestation Concerns

Recently, Bolivia’s livestock farmers received news that the country will soon be exporting cattle meat to China. However, the news also raised environmental concerns that the new market will worsen the current state of deforestation in Bolivia, unless livestock farmers migrate to more sustainable methods of production. In 2014, the Friends of Nature Foundation (FAN) […]

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Reconditioned Laptops: Affordable And Eco-friendly

  Computers are the quintessential work companion and so, it’s astronomically overriding to ascertain that they’re equipped with the newest features and have optimum levels of performance for the requisites. If there is a notebook set to use, you’d like an expeditious, also an contrivance and responsive. Funding limitations might be a sticking point, although […]

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