Delegates are gathering in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba for a grassroots alternative to last year's UN climate change summit in Copenhagen. The meeting will also celebrate the rights of Mother Earth on 22 April.
The world's large economies could make progress to revive stalled world trade talks at two G20 summits later this year, officials from farming nations said on Monday at a two-day meeting in Uruguay.
The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) are convening an international meeting on trade in fish and seafood to be hosted by in the Argentine government Buenos Aires 26-30 April.
Many of the world’s largest investments in the field of astronomy can be found in Chile for the same reasons that Cerro Armazones, in the Antofagasta region, may become home to a new telescope that would produce images 15 times shaper than the Hubble telescope.
Prospects for the UK's economic recovery remain poor this year with output growth of 1% or less predicted in 2010, a leading forecaster has warned. It also suggested that although consumer spending is on the rise, it will remain too weak to sustain a recovery this year as consumers try to pay off debts as quickly as possible.
The breeding grounds of common hake (Merluccius hubbsi) located in the San Jorge gulf, Argentine Patagonia are showing alarming signs of a loss of biomass, concludes a report authored by the National Institute for Fisheries Research and Development, (INIDEP).
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) sharply criticized Monday Euroepan governments for their lack of leadership in handling airspace restrictions in light of the Icelandic volcano eruption and urged a re-think of the decision-making process.
Falkland Islands will be celebrating the Queen’s birthday Parade on Wednesday April 21 at Victory Green, Stanley. According to a release from Gilbert House the parade will form up at Victory Green at 10.15 hours and Governor Alan Huckle will arrive at 10.30 hours.
Mexican and German researchers have found the fossil of a giant squid that lived in northern Mexico about 100 million years ago, the daily La Jornada reported Friday.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that an over reliance on capital controls could derail the current global recovery. Although admitting that it may be a good idea for one country to apply controls on capital inflow, as the levy imposed by Brazil, “it could encourage too many others in the region to follow suit”.