Innovative Peruvian Company Has Launched Biodegradable Plates Made Out Of Banana Leaves To Phase Out The Use Of Styrofoam and Plastic Flatware — October 17, 2019

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(True Activist)  A couple of young Peruvians recently launched a new project named ‘Bio Plant’ to help lessen the amount of plastic being used in the world. They came out with am innovative product of biodegradable dishes that are made out of banana leaves in order to phase out the use of plastic plates and reduce the environmental pollution it has been causing. →

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‘Huge Win for Wildlife’ – Peru Vows to End Deforestation Driven by Palm Oil — Waking Times – September 20, 2019

‘Huge Win for Wildlife’ – Peru Vows to End Deforestation Driven by Palm Oil

September 19, 2019 – Elias Marat, The Mind Unleashed
Waking Times

Peru has vowed to put an end to palm oil-driven deforestation by 2021, according to reports, in a move that is being hailed as a “momentous win” for wildlife and sustainable agriculture by conservationist group the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).
The Andean nation joins Colombia in its pledge to produce the oil without deforestation. Palm oil cultivation has been a booming crop across Latin America, but has also been one of the foremost drivers of deforestation in rural regions. →

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Shocking New Map Unveils Illegal Mining Destroying the Amazon — Humans Are Free – January 20, 2019

A first-of-its-kind map has unveiled widespread environmental damage and contamination of the Amazon rainforest caused by the rise illegal mining.The survey, released Monday by the Amazon Socio-Environmental Geo-Referenced Information Project (RAISG), identifies at least 2,312 sites and 245 areas of prospecting or extraction of minerals such as gold, diamonds and coltan in six Amazonian countries…Read more

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Unprecedented New Map Unveils Illegal Mining Destroying Amazon — Waking Times – December 12, 2018

Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch Waking Times A first-of-its-kind map has unveiled widespread environmental damage and contamination of the Amazon rainforest caused by the rise illegal mining. The survey, released Monday by the Amazon Socio-Environmental Geo-Referenced Information Project (RAISG), identifies at least 2,312 sites and 245 areas of prospecting or extraction of minerals such as gold, diamonds and coltan in six Amazonian countries—Bolivia, Brazil,……Read more

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UFO Drone Found Crippled In Field On Mountain Of Peru, Jan 27, 2018

 

Date of discovery: January 27, 2018 Location of discovery: Laurancahuani, Peru This is an interesting discovery. A metal orb fell from the sky and landed in the mountains of Peru this week. Peru, being a hotbed of UFO activity compared to the rest of the world, leads us all to believe that this is a UFO drone. I…Read more & video

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Miss Peru Contestants List Violence Against Women Statistics Instead Of Their Bra Size (Video) – November 3, 2017

 

Miss Peru contestants have used the competition to highlight the plight of women and girls in their country, where gender-based violence goes largely unpunished.

And on Sunday, during the beauty event, they staged an awesome protest.

 

As you’re probably aware, contestants at these beauty pageants are required to give out their body measurements (bust-waist-hip) while introducing themselves. In one segment, the women – who represent different areas of the South American country – stand forward and imply they’re going to do just that.

But instead of giving these numbers, they all gave different facts concerning femicide and female violence in their country.

Karla Zabludovsky, BuzzFeed‘s Latin America correspondent, translated their statements: Read more at: elleuk.com

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