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Against Facebook’s arbitrary censorship of the dissemination of academic science

Against Facebook’s arbitrary censorship of the dissemination of academic science

The undersigned, a broad group of scientists, philosophers, economists, engineers, and communicators about the ecological crisis and problems related to climate and energy, condemn Facebook’s censorship of perspectives that have a verifiable scientific basis but which diverge from the official discourse to which the general 

Issue # -10 1/2 of 15/15\15 Magazine is out

Issue # -10 1/2 of 15/15\15 Magazine is out

A new compilation book of 15/15\15 Magazine for a new civilization will be published by Instituto Resiliencia, one of the co-founder organizations of the CSS. This issue will be the fourth to be published under CSS’ activitie. Its table of contents (mostly in Spanish with 

Spanish Agenda 2030: Mission Impossible

Spanish Agenda 2030: Mission Impossible

Manuel Casal Lodeiro, coordinator of Instituto Resiliencia, a constituent part of Centro de Saberes para a Sustentabilidade, has just published an article on the Environment section of Spanish Contexto magazine criticising the feasablity of United Nations Sustainable Development Objetives in the form that the Spanish goverment tries to implement them.

La Agenda 2030, misión imposible

En 2015 la ONU aprobó un documento con 17 objetivos y 169 metas, continuación de los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM) propuestos en 2000. Esta actualización se denominó Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) o Agenda 2030. España comenzó a definir sus deberes en esta materia ya bajo el Gobierno Rajoy, pero, con el cambio de gobierno, Pedro Sánchez decide darle un impulso, nombra a Cristina Gallach como alta comisionada para la Agenda 2030 del Gobierno de España, y lanza Objetivos2030.com. Según Gallach, el nuevo gobierno decide imprimirle una “mayor ambición” a dicha agenda. Aunque, a la vista de sus contenidos, cabe preguntarse: ¿es simplemente “ambiciosa”, o en realidad es demasiado ambiciosa, algo irrealizable?

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