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We launched La Mirada de Mercados de Medio Ambiente
We have just started into a new year, and among the new exciting projects ahead, this February we start the first: the launch of our first issue of “La Mirada de Mercados de Medio Ambiente”, our first quarterly newsletter.
This is a “view” on the most relevant news in the environmental sector of the last three months now, but because it is our No. 0 we have made an exception in this case and we collected a summary not only of the most important news of the last quarter of last year, but those that have been especially significant for our readers from all entries on Mercados de Medio Ambiente in 2014.
We hope that this new information proves to be useful and interesting for you. Our purpose is precisely that. With the release of our first quarterly newsletter, we want to give our readers a quick read tool that will let it you refresh the most important events and news of the past months on environment, nature conservation, sustainability, climate change, carbon footprint, sustainable development, rural world … and many other topics of interest.
Your feedback is vital to focus our work, so thank you to share with us any suggestions for improvement that you think we can do, as well as the themes that miss or for which you wish for a more updated information. At the end of the day, it is you who we want to reach with our content and, therefore, it is you whom we want to please.
Thank you for choosing to have Mercados de Medio Ambiente in your inbox email to keep up-to-date in our sector. We hope 2015 holds for you many good environmental news!
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The no. 1 of the newsletter (January-March 2015) is also now available here — the title is: “ODS, capital natural y cambio climático copan la máxima atención” (Sustainable development goals, Natural capital and Climate change catch the maximum attention).