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Discussions Discussion eggs
ellinor ugland, Oct. 9, 2012

Hey! In sweden, we love eggs, we eat eggs all the time! Eating eggs, that is what we do her e in sweden! on friday nights?? EGGS. So ending all egg production is not a good idea at all, plus, eggs are natrual, it’s no point of this!

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  • Agnes Westerback Agnes Westerback Oct. 9, 2012
    So… you like eggs ey? ;) No but I agree with you, we shouldn't stop egg production but we shouldn't eat as much as we do since it can be dangerous for our health beacausse of the cholesterol hault that eggs contain. So maybe we in Sweden can take it down a notch, not only for the enviromnent but also for our own sake! :)
  • ellinor ugland ellinor ugland Oct. 10, 2012
    Good ´piont there, agnes, but how could we ever give up our carrot in this life??? eggs is what brings me up in the morning, that and chocolate, so cutting down on the egg side is like taking away my water and bread!
  • Agnes Westerback Agnes Westerback Oct. 10, 2012
    touché my friend, touché

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Discussions Discussion eggs
andres m-españa, Oct. 4, 2012

it would be naive to think that eggs´production doesn´t produce CO2 but, what must we do? stop eating eggs? i think it´s a stupid idea. what do you think?

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  • Diego Babier Diego Babier Oct. 4, 2012
    huevos rotos lo mejorrrr
  • Juan Grimal Juan Grimal Oct. 4, 2012
    Hakuna matata madafakas. Eggs can I eat today escho I took a potato omelette sandwich and not passed anything, so if you want to eat eggs eat!
  • andres m-españa andres m-españa Oct. 4, 2012
    oh yeah¡ los güevos de muchachos son la comida de diegoo¡
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Discussions Discussion Clean development
Andrew P, Feb. 19, 2012

Take the train in Spain!

Want to reduce your carbon footprint? If you’re in Spain, or anywhere else with good high speed rail (sorry, USA), try taking the train instead of flying or driving. It also happens to be way more fun and relaxing.

By the way, this stuck out for me: Spain alone is expecting to budget $80 billion for rail travel, while $8 billion has been set aside for the entire United States.

http://ecosalon.com/speedy-green-travel-favored-in-spain/
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  • srini n srini n Feb. 19, 2012
    Rail travel has much to offer as green travel. However connectivity is an issue because it uses land unlike air travel. And another issue is distances. Longer distances, as in the US, are certainly a deterrent for rail travel. But given the GHG effects it is worth promoting for travel upto 500 km.

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Discussions Discussion Internet’s Role in Popular Uprising
Tony Trevari, Nov. 23, 2011

For Spain’s INDIGNADOS, last Sunday’s election delivered a mandate for struggle and resistance: “They don’t represent us” and “They are all the same,” the slogans of the indignados (the Spanish progenitors of the Occupy movement, who have mobilised hundreds of thousands across the country) are now mainstream.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/nov/21/spanish-election-mandate-indignados

On election day the indignados got protest-voting trending on Twitter with a three-pronged strategy: to abstain, spoil one’s ballot, or attempt to break out of the bipartisan system by voting for a minority party. Rather than just staying at home, people actively registered disgust at the choices on offer, and the number of spoiled ballots on Sunday was double that of the last election in 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5urql61swI
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  • Jenny Knuthsen Jenny Knuthsen Nov. 23, 2011
    Politicians still don't realise the power of social networking and communications for the younger generations. The party that can use social networking along with Occupy will demonstrate an understanding of the younger generations, an understanding of their problems and of their language, and that party will do well. The question is whether that party will deliver after they do well.
  • srini n srini n Nov. 23, 2011
    Very well said. In many countries the recession is real, the anger is real and valid; but no political party seems to have the solutions for the problems. But if they all cleanse themselves of dishonesty and corruption the Occupy movement would have achieved something useful.

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Discussions Discussion Dialects of the World
Jenny Rothberg, April 18, 2011

The ancient Basque culture has survived against the odds. This documentary shows you the region and discusses what’s being done to preserve the language and the unique Basque identity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9Fw82uYw14&feature=related
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  • Amy Sutherland Amy Sutherland April 18, 2011
    The Basque region is an amazingly beautiful and culturally rich place. It's influence extends into both France and Spain. Thankfully, their language is not at risk of disappearing. On the contrary, cities such as Barcelona are mostly Basque speaking!

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