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The number of obese children and teenagers in the world has increased up to ten times in recent decades, according to a study led by the World Health Organization (WHO). By 2025, forecasts indicate that this number could reach 75 million people. The rate tends to grow in low- and middle-income countries, which points to the need for food-oriented policies and appropriate sports activities.

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Recientemente, un periodista me preguntó cómo podríamos reducir el costo de las redes de telecomunicaciones. Creo que esperaba una respuesta larga, llena de explicaciones, pero sólo le respondí: “¡compartiendo!”  Y eso está sucediendo, actualmente, de forma intensa en Brasil. ¡Qué bien! Lo más importante es que quien está promoviendo ese cambio es el propio mercado. ¡Mejor aún!

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How to educate an increasingly wider audience to move towards a sustainable and efficient management of water resources, positively impacting the economic development in Chile? This was the challenge of the Center for Technological Research of Water in the Desert, CEITSAZA, dedicated to research and technological development for the sustainable and efficient management of water resources, mainly in arid areas, in an environmentally friendly manner.