Tag archives for Argentina
Armenians have followed closely the election of the new Pope, debating its possible consequences in the process of international recognition of the Genocide. In social networks, however, the event became an opportunity to discuss the role of the Church in modern society.
Buenos Aires, Argentina, is one of the world’s most dynamic and beautiful cities, but for those on foot or bicycling around town, it can be a frightening place. And with a greater metropolitan area home to 13 million people, the ...
Foster + Partner’s Aleph, the firm’s first project in Argentina and all of South America, is a fine modern take on traditional Latin American architecture.
Oliver Balch discusses how the “recovered factories” in Argentina are among the more interesting outcomes after the country’s sovereign debt crisis.
This picture of a guide jabbering away on his cell phone during a horseback trip in Argentina’s Andes Mountains is one of my favorites.
Cordóba, Argentina, is an important education center and a gateway to stunning nature and lovely towns such as Alta Gracia.
2012 was an eventful year for myself and GreenGoPost.com, and I will continue my focus on sustainability and CSR; not to mention regions like the Middle East and the Balkans.
Just one hour by ferry from Buenos Aires, Argentina but a world away is Colonia (Colonia del Sacramento), Uruguay.
Barter for goods and services between corporations is now on the rise and businesses seek to eliminate under-valued and perishable assets.
Argentina’s booming fitful economic growth the past decade has led to its massive export of the country's water supply.
In my latest article on Guardian Sustainable Business, I discuss the one-for-one model that has caught on in recent years, due to the success of TOMS Shoes.
A group of nature lovers in Villa Elisa in northeastern Argentina found a creative way to deal with the local scourge of plastic.