Argentina Solidarity

It is not science fiction. These countries have incorporated progressively alongside China and India solar energy within its energy networks and make agreements between themselves to exchange experience and technological innovation capacity. It is a question of will. In Argentina, regions such as Santa Fe have 200 days of sunshine a year and he has observed great potential through experiments isolated in schools. It is the first step. However, the political and economic support that until now has been allocated almost exclusively to polluting energies is also accurate. In this sense, the new European directive of renewable energies will be vital. The agreement obliges all countries of the Union to reach 20% of renewable energy.

And in Spain could be half of the electricity in 2020 if approved the new plan. All indications are that change is possible and, above all, necessary. It would be absurd to wait to fail the energy supply, to which agreements are broken or simply, a nature avenge harder still. For years we know that several solar plants located in the deserts of the world could generate enough energy to satisfy global demand. It is absurd to expect more. Jose. A.

Fernandez Carrasco Periodista ccs@solidarios. org. It is the center of solidarity collaborations (CCS), is a service of social awareness of the solidarity NGOs, with the objective of informing and sensitizing the society and professionals of the communication on issues of solidarity, social, by a culture of peace, in defense of human rights, with special emphasis on the fight against poverty, exclusion and the protection of the environment justice. The CCS started in November 1999 in order to take advantage of the important role of the new technologies of the information. To put them at the service of society and create new channels of international communication and spaces in the media about impoverished countries or marginal areas within your environment and context. Also aims at encouraging greater awareness solidarity, both journalists and society, contributing to the participation and creation of proposals and alternatives, as well as enhance media spaces of encounter and solidarity. The CCS is based on the fundamental need to integrate information development and communication as an element of cooperation. Through its analysts make articles in professional format of high journalistic quality adapted to the spaces of the media and disseminated them through their international networks. Solidarity collaborations Center offers free service to the media Spanish, Latin American and African, in the form of articles, which are drawn from the reports of United Nations, UNDP, FAO, UNICEF, who and other international agencies. As well as NGOs, centres of study and research and social movements around the world. The center boasts a network of journalists, sociologists, economists, professors of University, etc., that you write about these areas.

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