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About Carlos
Carlos Espinosa Calderón is a journalist based in Quito, Ecuador. I currently work for Agence France Presse as a stringer video journalist covering breaking news and preparing special reports. In the same way, I work for NUR Photo Agency developing stock video for editorial use. Interested in collaborating in the area of ​​video for TV and digital broadcasting.

works published in AFP, Aljazeera, Voice of America, BBC news, RT, La Nación, El Universo, Euro News, DW, CNN, ABC news.
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The Jeep Avenger opts for mild hybrid propulsion... and the ECO label

26 Mar 2024  |  www.elmundo.es
Jeep will launch the e-Hybrid version of the Jeep Avenger at the end of April, marking a step towards electrification. The vehicle retains its external design but introduces a mild hybrid system combining a 1.2-liter turbo engine with a 48V electric system, providing an additional 29 CV. The hybrid system allows for short distances of 100% electric propulsion and promises significant fuel efficiency improvements. Despite its off-road capabilities, the Avenger is primarily designed for urban use. The vehicle offers a comfortable driving experience with features like a 10.25-inch display and optional front seat massage.

Peugeot E-5008: What is it like, when does it arrive, and what does it add compared to the E-3008?

21 Mar 2024  |  Marca.com
Peugeot has unveiled the new E-5008, an extended version of the E-3008, set to arrive in autumn. The E-5008 offers increased space for up to seven occupants and additional luggage capacity. It features a longer body, new ultra-compact LED headlights, and a panoramic sunroof. The interior includes the new Panoramic i-Cockpit with customizable e-Toggles and advanced navigation by TomTom. The E-5008 will be available in three electric versions, a 48V hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid, with a range of up to 660 km. Prices are expected to start around 38,000 euros.

Traffic lights could incorporate a fourth light. What color is it and what would it mean?

20 Mar 2024  |  Marca.com
The article discusses the potential addition of a fourth light to traffic signals, proposed by researchers from North Carolina State University to accommodate autonomous vehicles. The new white light would allow autonomous cars to navigate intersections more efficiently, reducing traffic congestion and fuel consumption. The historical context of traffic lights is provided, and the benefits of the proposed system are highlighted, including improved traffic flow and significant time savings in urban areas.

A drugged driver without a license crashes his car and flees barefoot

18 Mar 2024  |  marca.com
In the Madrid neighborhood of Carabanchel, a driver under the influence destroyed his Volkswagen Golf IV and other parked vehicles, as well as urban furniture. Despite warnings from other drivers and residents, the driver continued to cause damage before eventually abandoning his vehicle and fleeing the scene barefoot.

New Toyota GR Yaris: 3 cylinders, 1.6 liters... and 280 HP What a madness!

15 Jan 2024  |  Marca.com
Toyota has updated its GR Yaris, a model inspired by its World Rally Championship car, with a focus on enhancing aesthetics and driving passion. The updated 1.6-liter engine now produces 280 HP and 390 Nm, up from 261 HP and 360 Nm. A new eight-speed automatic transmission called Gazoo Racing Direct has been introduced, offering faster gear changes. The car's body is more rigid, with increased welding points and structural adhesive, and the suspension has been adjusted for sportier handling. Interior modifications cater to competition use, with a lower and more driver-focused dashboard. The car also features a new 12.3-inch digital dashboard with a Sport mode that provides practical information for track driving. The aesthetic changes are subtle, with slight modifications to the grille and bumpers, and a new exterior color called Precious Metal.

The Aston Martin Valhalla tuned by Fernando Alonso is already on track

26 Dec 2023  |  Marca.com
Aston Martin is undergoing a transformative phase with the introduction of the Valhalla, a plug-in hybrid vehicle seen as a pivotal model for the brand. The Valhalla, featuring a V8 biturbo engine and three electric motors, promises exceptional performance both on the road and track. It generates 1,012 horsepower and significant downforce, with input from Formula 1 drivers Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll in its tuning process. The involvement of Alonso, in particular, adds a notable endorsement to the vehicle's dynamic capabilities.

The DGT reveals the worst days and hours to travel this Christmas

21 Dec 2023  |  Marca.com
The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) has prepared a comprehensive traffic management and safety plan for the Christmas season, starting from December 22 to January 7. With an expected 19.7 million road trips, the DGT will intensify speed and alcohol controls using various technologies and personnel. The plan is divided into three phases: Christmas, New Year, and Epiphany, with specific advisories on the worst times to travel to avoid traffic congestion. The Guardia Civil and other traffic management personnel will work to ensure road safety and assist travelers.

The CEO who has proven that his electric car can travel more than 1,000 km without recharging

20 Dec 2023  |  marca.com
William Li, founder, CEO, and President of NIO, demonstrated the long-range capabilities of the Nio ET7 electric car by driving 1,044 km from Shanghai to Xiamen without recharging. The vehicle uses NIO's new Ultra Long Range battery, which boasts a high energy density and is available through a subscription service that allows for battery swaps in under an hour. The test was witnessed by Fei Shen, Senior Vice President of the brand, and Chenxia Huang, General Manager of Tencent News.

The DGT will facilitate the driving test for people with intellectual disabilities

19 Dec 2023  |  marca.com
The Dirección General de Tráfico (DGT) aims to make obtaining a Class B driver's license more accessible for individuals with mild intellectual disabilities, provided they are in suitable psychological and physical condition. The DGT's approach is not to simplify the exam or allow more mistakes but to make the manual and questionnaires more comprehensible to pass the theoretical exam. This includes adopting the 'UNE 153101 EX Easy Reading Standard' to facilitate cognitive accessibility by providing guidelines for creating written documents that are easier to understand, such as using simpler language and including helpful images. The DGT is also planning to offer adapted exams for those who can prove their need, with these specialized exams expected to be available soon.

The mystery of the 'Stelvio': Can two cars from different brands have the same name?

18 Dec 2023  |  marca.com
The article discusses the peculiar case where two different car manufacturers, Alfa Romeo and Nissan's subsidiary Autech, used the same 'Stelvio' name for their models without legal disputes. Alfa Romeo's Stelvio SUV, known for its performance, shares its name with Autech's exclusive Stelvio model from the late 1980s. The article also touches on other car naming controversies and near-misses, such as Mitsubishi's Pajero and Rolls-Royce's avoidance of the name Silver Mist due to its meaning in German.

Mazda's Decarbonization Path Goes Through Soria

11 Dec 2023  |  www.elmundo.es
Mazda Spain aims to achieve carbon neutrality by implementing various initiatives, including a partnership with Cesefor to plant a six-hectare forest in Soria. This project, part of the 'Proyectos Clima' supported by the Ministry of Ecological Transition, will monitor tree growth in real-time to ensure success. Mazda's broader strategy includes advancing towards full carbon neutrality by 2050 and increasing electrification of its vehicle lineup. Current offerings in Spain include a range of technologies from gasoline and diesel with micro-hybridization to plug-in hybrids and fully electric models.

Floyd Mayweather buys this McLaren to make us envious: 'sorry, I had to tease you'

07 Dec 2023  |  Marca.com
Floyd Mayweather has added a McLaren 750 S Spider to his extensive car collection, showcasing it on social media to provoke envy among his detractors. The car, a departure from his usual white or black vehicles, features a 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine, reaching speeds of up to 332 km/h. Mayweather's display of the car highlights his penchant for luxury and unique items.

Floyd Mayweather buys this McLaren to make others envious: 'sorry, had to sting them'

07 Dec 2023  |  MARCA
Floyd Mayweather has indulged himself by purchasing a new McLaren 750 S Spider, which he showcased on social media. The car, which is not in his usual color preference of black or white, has a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine, reaching a top speed of 332 km/h and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds. Mayweather, known for his extensive car collection, admits to owning a few cars in 'crazy colors' and has previously stated he shows his cars to make his 'haters' envious.

The day Tom Cruise ordered a car as powerful as Michael Schumacher's

06 Dec 2023  |  Marca.com
Tom Cruise, during his stay in the UK for filming 'Eyes Wide Shut,' purchased a Mercedes SLK 230 Kompressor and had it extensively modified by Brabus to create a high-performance vehicle, the Brabus SLK 65. The car, equipped with a powerful V8 engine and advanced technology, became one of only five such models, with one owned by Michael Schumacher and another by Bill Gates. The article details the car's specifications, modifications, and the exclusivity of the model.

The best times to avoid traffic jams if you travel on the Constitution bridge according to the DGT

05 Dec 2023  |  MARCA
The Spanish Directorate-General for Traffic (DGT) anticipates 7.83 million road trips during the Constitution and Immaculate Conception holidays, a 17.13% increase from 2022 and 10% more than in 2017. To facilitate traffic flow and safety, the DGT has implemented special measures including reversible and additional lanes, alternative routes, and restrictions on truck circulation. The Guardia Civil's Traffic Group will be fully operational, utilizing traffic management centers, emergency services, and surveillance equipment such as radars, cameras, helicopters, drones, and unmarked vehicles. Peak traffic is expected on December 5 from 5-10 pm, December 6 from 10 am-2 pm, December 7 from 6-10 pm, and December 8 from 9 am-2 pm, with the return rush on December 10 between 4-11 pm. The DGT advises planning the trip, avoiding distractions, using seat belts and child restraint systems, respecting speed limits, adjusting to traffic and weather conditions, and not driving under the influence.

Are Christmas Trees Really Pines?

22 Nov 2023  |  https://www.cronica.com.mx/
The article discusses the history and botanical accuracy of referring to Christmas trees as pines. It traces the tradition back to pre-Christian Germanic and Nordic winter customs involving an oak tree representing the god Thor. With the advent of Christianity, the tradition evolved to decorating an evergreen tree, specifically a fir, symbolizing eternal life. The piece clarifies that while pines are used, firs are the predominant Christmas tree species. It also touches on the ecological benefits of Christmas tree plantations and the global spread of the tradition, highlighting its adoption in non-Christian countries like Japan.

The recklessness of three girls sticking half their bodies out of the car windows

21 Nov 2023  |  marca.com
In Anaga, the northeastern district of the island of Tenerife, three passengers of a possibly rented Citroën C3 were recorded sticking half their bodies out of the car windows while driving on a mountainous road with limited visibility and no shoulder. This act is a serious traffic violation since rear passengers are required to wear seat belts since 1992, with a fine of 200 euros per person. Additionally, sticking one's body out of the window while the vehicle is in motion can result in fines between 80 and 100 euros per person.

This 2019 Nissan that remained unregistered could sell for more than a million euros

20 Nov 2023  |  Marca.com
The Nissan GT-R50, a highly exclusive model with only 11 units produced out of the planned 50, remains unregistered and could sell for over a million euros. The car, modified by Italdesign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of both Italdesign and the Nissan GT-R, features significant mechanical and design enhancements, including a powerful V6 engine, custom bodywork, and high-end components like Brembo brakes and Bilstein dampers. Despite its exclusivity and high performance, the model was not a commercial success, with only 10 units sold.

This may be the most beautiful Spanish car of all time

18 Nov 2023  |  marca.com
Pegaso could have been a leading sports car brand alongside Ferrari, Porsche, or Lamborghini if it hadn't ceased its high-performance car production in 1958 after only 86 vehicles. Despite its misfortunes in competitions like the Monaco Grand Prix and Le Mans, Pegaso was known for its advanced V8 engines and speeds exceeding 240 km/h. The most beautiful Pegaso Z-102, designed by French coachbuilder Saoutchik, was showcased at the 1954 Paris Motor Show and later owned by various individuals, including a Parisian millionaire and an American casino magnate. The car, after being part of the Imperial Palace Auto Collection in Las Vegas, was bought by a European collector in 2017 and underwent a full restoration.

The Unusual Feat of the Citroën 2 CV that Raced the Dakar and Reached Lake Rose

16 Nov 2023  |  Marca.com
A Citroën 2 CV, affectionately named Bi-Bip, participated in the 2004 Dakar Rally, capturing the hearts of fans despite competing against more powerful vehicles. The car was prepared by the Marquès brothers, renowned Citroën specialists from Cassis, France, who used a 2 CV Sahara model with two engines for the race. Although a clutch issue during the sixth stage led to a time penalty, the team's dedication saw them reach Lake Rose on January 16, out of the official classification but triumphant in spirit.

What if You Build it and They Don’t Come?

15 Nov 2023  |  Foodservice Equipment & Supplies
The article draws parallels between the rise and fall of WeWork and the restaurant industry's approach to designing new prototypes. It emphasizes the importance of using data rather than intuition to guide design decisions, cautioning against overbuilding and overspending. By analyzing historical performance data and other metrics, restaurant designers can create more efficient and appropriately sized prototypes, avoiding the pitfalls that led to WeWork's financial troubles.

Crazy Price: €48.3 Million Paid for This Ferrari 250 GTO!

14 Nov 2023  |  Marca.com
A Ferrari 250 GTO was auctioned in New York for €48.3 million, nearly matching the highest price ever paid for this model. The car, one of only 36 ever made, is considered the 'Holy Grail' of Ferraris. This particular unit, with a chassis number 3387 GT, features a unique 4.0-liter V12 engine and has a storied racing history, including a category win at the Nürburgring in 1962. The car has changed hands multiple times, with its most recent owner having held it for 38 years before the auction.

Rod Stewart's Ferrari F50 for Sale, Still with the Singer's Boots Inside

09 Nov 2023  |  Marca.com
The Ferrari F50, once owned by rock star Rod Stewart, is up for auction and has garnered significant interest from collectors. Originally purchased in the UK, the car has traveled to Dubai and back, undergoing restoration to its original condition. Currently listed on the British auction site Collecting Cars, the vehicle has a bid of 2.815 million euros, with the auction closing on November 11. The car's history, including its limited mileage and restoration efforts, adds to its value and appeal.

Amagreen Tree and Lawn Service Thrives in Somerset, NJ Thanks to Tree Leads Today's Tree Care Marketing

31 Oct 2023  |  EIN News
Amagreen Tree and Lawn Service, founded by Carlos Espinosa, has seen significant growth in Somerset, NJ, thanks to its partnership with Tree Leads Today (TLT). The company has expanded its presence in the community, achieving a 40% growth in business. TLT's exclusive leads have been crucial in this success, providing high-quality projects and reducing financial risks. Espinosa's commitment to community support is exemplified by his pro bono work for a local restaurant owner, highlighting the mutual benefits of local business collaboration. The article underscores the importance of reliable marketing and community connections in business growth.

Nissan Hyper Force: a 'beast' with 1,341 HP to 'disturb' Porsche, Ferrari, Lambo...

27 Oct 2023  |  marca.com
Nissan has unveiled the prototype of its new concept car, the Nissan Hyper Force, at the Japan Mobility Show, which is set to succeed the currently discontinued Nissan GT-R. The Hyper Force features a striking design with carbon fiber bodywork, innovative aerodynamics, and scissor doors. It offers a futuristic interior with multiple screens providing real-time information for racing or daily use. The vehicle is entirely electric, boasting multiple motors that deliver 1,341 HP and an undisclosed amount of torque, potentially around 1,500 Nm. The concept also includes a VR helmet for stationary simulation racing.

The video that exposes a rivalry between two drivers that ends in the worst way

20 Oct 2023  |  marca.com
Two drivers engaged in a dangerous rivalry on the M40 in Madrid, resulting in an accident. A Hyundai i30 driver repeatedly blocked a van, disregarding traffic rules and nearly hitting a Toyota Prius. The conflict escalated until the Hyundai intentionally hit the van, causing both to lose control. Reckless driving in Spain can result in a €500 fine and a six-point penalty, with severe cases leading to license suspension or prison. Witnesses can report such incidents to the police with evidence and details.

Rafa Nadal falls for the 'SUV fever' with this 85,000 euro electric vehicle

19 Oct 2023  |  marca.com
Rafael Nadal has added a new Kia EV9 to his collection, an all-electric SUV with dual motors producing 385 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque. It boasts a top speed of 200 km/h, acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.3 seconds, and a range of 497 km on a single charge. The EV9, priced at 85,100 euros, can charge up to 80% in 18 minutes. Nadal chose the Ocean Blue Matte color for his EV9 and expressed his excitement about continuing his electric journey with Kia's latest technology and impressive design.

The day Alonso won and Ferrari decided to create this very rare 599 'Alonso Edition'

15 Oct 2023  |  Marca.com
In celebration of Ferrari's 60 years of victories and Fernando Alonso's 27th win at the 2011 British Grand Prix, Ferrari created the 599 HGTE 60 F1 'Alonso Edition', a limited edition of 40 units. This model featured a V12 engine, enhanced HGTE chassis, and unique design touches. Despite the exclusivity, Alonso did not receive one, and a right-hand drive version with the license plate 'Alionso' is set to be auctioned by RM Sotheby's on November 9, with only 9,992 km on the odometer and well-maintained by official Ferrari centers.

Nigel Mansell sells a model of him carrying Senna for more than 6,000 euros

14 Oct 2023  |  MARCA
Former Formula 1 World Champion Nigel Mansell auctioned off memorabilia from his racing career, including a unique model depicting a famous moment where he carried Ayrton Senna in his car after the 1991 British Grand Prix. The model, crafted by artist Stephen Jones in 1994, sold for 6,250 euros, exceeding RM Sotheby's expectations. Mansell's memorabilia, including helmets, medals, and trophies, found new owners among his many admirers.

The unusual case of the Ferrari that the Sultan of Brunei rejected and now is worth 3 million

13 Oct 2023  |  Marca.com
A unique 1994 Ferrari 512 TR Spyder, originally built to meet the business expectations of Alfred Tan, manager of the official Ferrari dealership in Singapore, and intended for the Sultan of Brunei's collection, was rejected by the Sultan. The car, one of only three made, features a 4.9 V12 engine with 428 horsepower, capable of nearly 300 km/h and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.8 seconds. After 29 years and only 570 kilometers, Tan has decided to sell the car, which is the only one of its kind to go on sale in decades and is now valued at 3 million.

The climate crisis is a health crisis

11 Oct 2023  |  El Comercio
Médicos Sin Fronteras (MSF) is witnessing the impacts of the climate crisis on health, with increased vector-borne diseases, food and waterborne illnesses, and malnutrition due to extreme weather events. The organization calls for urgent action from the world's most responsible countries for global warming to support the most vulnerable, and for governments in affected regions to implement affirmative climate policies. Recent commitments by the G20 and ASEAN towards a more sustainable health system and carbon neutrality are steps in the right direction, but member states must follow through with real action.

MSF: ‘Indiscriminate violence and collective punishment must end in Gaza’

10 Oct 2023  |  El Comercio
Médicos Sin Fronteras (MSF) condemns the mass killing of civilians by Hamás and the indiscriminate bombings by Israel in Gaza. MSF calls for an immediate end to the violence, the establishment of safe corridors, and the urgent entry of humanitarian supplies. The organization highlights the dire situation of 2.2 million people trapped in Gaza, facing a humanitarian catastrophe. MSF staff in Gaza are struggling to provide medical care amid the destruction, with hospitals running out of essential supplies. The text urges the Israeli government to cease its collective punishment and facilitate humanitarian aid to prevent further loss of life.

Goes 'crazy' buying white Porsches and now puts 56 up for sale at once

08 Oct 2023  |  marca.com
An anonymous Houston-based collector, known for the 'White Collection' of exclusively white, rare, and low-mileage Porsche sports cars, is auctioning off 56 vehicles through RM Sotheby's on December 1 and 2. The collection includes highly sought-after models such as a 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder and the last of the 51 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.8s, which was originally ordered by the Bin Laden family. Prices range from 38,000 to 2.9 million euros, with hundreds of Porsche-related items also available. Two non-white Porsche tractors and two prized white Porsches, a 959 and a Carrera GT, are not for sale.

An accident involving a Ferrari and a 'Lambo' against a motorhome ends with two dead

04 Oct 2023  |  marca.com
During the Sardinia Supercar Experience in Sardinia, Italy, a fatal accident occurred involving a Lamborghini Huracán and a Ferrari Portofino, which collided while overtaking a motorhome, resulting in the motorhome overturning and the Ferrari catching fire. The Swiss occupants of the Ferrari, Markus and Melissa Krautli, died at the scene.

An incredible replica simulator of Alonso's Ferrari from 2014 appears

01 Oct 2023  |  Marca.com
A highly detailed simulator replicating the Ferrari F14T driven by Fernando Alonso in the 2014 Formula 1 season has been created. The simulator, which includes authentic Sabelt harnesses and a Sony Playstation VR system, will be auctioned by Bonhams on October 8. Although not a perfect reproduction, it captures the essence of the original car, with some components adapted from other racing formulas. The simulator is currently located in Belgium.

The reason why this F1 driver gave up the Ferrari he was gifted

30 Sep 2023  |  Marca.com
Carlos Sainz had to pay for his Ferrari 812 Competizione, unlike Gerhard Berger, who received a Ferrari Testarossa as part of his contract with Ferrari. Berger later gave up the Testarossa after receiving a Ferrari F40. The Testarossa changed hands multiple times, with one owner losing his daughter in a house fire. The car, now 34 years old with 68,000 km, is up for sale, with its history adding significant value.

Porsche 911 S/T: why it's the 'nine eleven' you could have the most fun with

26 Sep 2023  |  marca.com
Porsche commemorates the 60th anniversary of the 911 with the release of the 911 S/T, a modern reinterpretation of a legendary version produced in a very limited run with exclusive details. The new 911 S/T, arriving in 2023, is designed as a road car rather than a track-focused vehicle, emphasizing sportiness and lightness for driving enjoyment. It features a weight reduction of nearly 40 kg compared to the 911 GT3 Touring, a 4.0 6-cylinder boxer engine delivering 525 CV, and a six-speed manual transmission with shorter gear ratios. The car's design omits the 'ducktail' spoiler but includes a Gurney flap and other aerodynamic adjustments. The interior offers a Heritage Design Pack with a retro look, and the car is paired with an exclusive Porsche Design watch. All units of the 911 S/T have been sold at a price of 349,225 euros.

Yangwang U8: The Incredible 4x4 That Floats on Water and Is Now on Sale in China

22 Sep 2023  |  Marca.com
BYD, a major battery manufacturer and automotive company in China, has launched a new brand called Yangwang and its first vehicle, the U8. The U8 is a hybrid plug-in with unique features such as the ability to float for up to 30 minutes and rotate on its own axis. It boasts 1,200 horsepower, can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds, and offers bidirectional charging. The U8 Premium Edition will start deliveries in China in October at a price of 180,000 euros.

The incredible look of a Bugatti when you remove the bodywork

18 Sep 2023  |  marca.com
Bugatti has shared images of the Bolide model stripped of its bodywork, revealing the engineering that makes it an extreme sports car. The Bolide is designed for track use, with potential speeds over 500 km/h, and meets stringent FIA safety requirements for LMH and LMDh regulations, allowing it to compete in events like the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It can withstand significant loads without structural failure, features military-grade automatic fire extinguishers, racing bucket seats with six-point harnesses, and a high-performance climate control system. The Bolide also boasts all-wheel drive with electronically controlled differentials, high-performance Michelin Pilot Sport tires, and carbon-ceramic brakes.

We tested the Hyundai Kona Electric, with more than 500 km of range

17 Sep 2023  |  www.elmundo.es
The Hyundai Kona Electric has been tested, revealing a vehicle suitable for many families with a length of 4.35 meters and a boot capacity of 466 liters. It features a futuristic design, a practical front charging port, and an aerodynamic shape with a Cx of 0.27. The interior is horizontally designed with dual 12.3" screens and physical buttons for ease of use. It offers two battery configurations: a 48.4 kWh with a 156 CV motor and a 65.4 kWh with a 218 CV motor, promising ranges of 377 km and 514 km respectively. The Kona Electric supports V2L charging, allowing it to power other electric devices. The more powerful version was tested, highlighting its energetic acceleration and four levels of regenerative braking.

This is the original and unknown SUV version that the Simca 1200 had

16 Sep 2023  |  Marca.com
The article explores the history and evolution of the SUV concept, highlighting the lesser-known Simca Matra Rancho as one of the early SUV models in Spain. It discusses the collaboration between French manufacturer Matra and Simca, the design elements introduced by Antonis Volanis, and the vehicle's market performance. The text also touches on other early SUV models like the Jeep Wagoneer and Chevrolet Suburban Carryall, and the eventual rebranding of the Rancho following Chrysler's sale to PSA.

Un grupo de indígenas de la Amazonía de Ecuador presentó el jueves una demanda constitucional contra la empresa estatal china PetroOriental, a la que acusa de contribuir con el cambio climático al quemar el gas del subsuelo en la extracción de crudo.

Biologists in Ecuador are doing all that they can to save endangered toads from extinction. The amphibians are being raised in labs are finding a new home. WION tells you how exactly are the biologists trying to keep these species from vanishing.

Medical personnel in Ecuador use a biocontainment unit to carry patients with coronavirus on a stretcher at a hospital in Quito, the capital, Saturday, April 18.

تصنف غابة تشوكو أندينو الرطبة في شمال الإكوادور كإحدى أروع محميات المحيط الحيوي، لكنها باتت أيضا قاعة تدريس لأطفال مزارعين بلا أرض يتلقون حصصا تتمحور بشأن مراقبة الثروة الحيوانية وحماية التنوع النباتي.




Un colibrí ecuatoriano entona las notas más agudas del mundo. El canto del Estrellita Ecuatoriana es como un susurro de alta frecuencia que recorre los páramos. No tiene parangón entre las aves

Su arma la dejó en la patrulla. Embutido en el traje de bioseguridad, William Yugzi entró apenas con un celular para hacer fotos a una inusual escena del crimen. El hombre que murió, atacado por coronavirus, quedó sentado, con un vaso de agua y galletas e

Los indígenas que protestan en Ecuador rechazaron el viernes una oferta del presidente Lenín Moreno de abrir un diálogo directo, tras al rebrote este viernes de la violencia en las manifestaciones contra ajustes económicos pactados con el FMI.

On a cliff in Ecuador, a pair of Andean condors breed more successfully than usual -- one young per year -- and astonish conservationists, who have been spying on them for seven years already, as these wild lovers boost hopes the endangered species can be


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