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Light pollution: Light that generates darkness

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Kiara Candelaria Nieves

This article discusses the effects of light pollution relevant to Puerto Rican biodiversity and ecosystems from animals to humans.

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Promising research on aviculture waste to generate energy

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Marieli Collazo Vega

A group of researchers from the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) at Río Piedras Campus are trying to generate energy from the waste called "gallinaza" generated by hens.

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Architects defend Guanica's Dry Forest Reserve

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The College of Architects and Landscaping Architects of Puerto Rico demanded that the president of the Planification Board, Rubén Flores Marzán, does not allow a proposal to change the protection status of 60 acres within the Guanica Dry Forest Reserve to move forward.

 

 

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