WE HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF OWR PLANET
USE THE THREE R ; Reduce - Reuse - Recycle
(copied paste from http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/recycling) ( take into acount that these is no an answer is complementary info)
Why is it important to recycle?
contamination in the word
Look at any ecosystem and there could be multiple forms of contamination—streams full of toxic chemicals from industrial processes, rivers overloaded with nutrients from farms, trash blowing away from landfills, city skies covered in smog. Even landscapes that appear pristine can experience the effects of pollution sources located hundreds or thousands of miles away.
Pollution may muddy landscapes, poison soils and waterways, or kill plants and animals. Humans are also regularly harmed by pollution. Long-term exposure to air pollution, for example, can lead to chronic respiratory disease, lung cancer and other diseases. Toxic chemicals that accumulate in top predators can make some species unsafe to eat. More than one billion people lack access to clean water and 2.4 billion don’t have adequate sanitation, putting them at risk of contracting deadly diseases.
(copied paste from http://www.worldwildlife.org/threats/pollution) ( take into acount that these is no an answer is complementary info)
What is recycling's greatest economic benefit?
all the processes are less spencive but they contineu generating big benefits
REDUCE REUCE RECYCLE
What are the environmental benefits of recycling?
the recycle is the conservation process for taking benefit for industry whitout making danger to the nature
Colombia's armed forces have arrested 59 people in a major crackdown on illegal mining in the Amazon.Defence Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon said they had dismantled an illegal financing network used by the Farc guerrilla group.He said 63 sites near the border with Brazil and Venezuela - where gold, tungsten and cobalt were being mined - were raided.The Farc and the government have been in peace talks for the last two years."It is the cleanest and hardest blow in more than a decade, possibly one of the biggest in history, against illegal mining," said Mr Pinzon."This operation prevented the Farc from getting its hands on 20bn pesos (about $8m) he added.The operation involved more than 600 troops, police and magistrates in several regions of southern and eastern Colombia where guerrilla groups and criminal gangs are active.
many of the mines were operating within indigenous reservations.Among those arrested were 12 Farc guerrillas and five foreign nationals, including four Brazilians and a Venezuelan.President Juan Manuel Santos has said that he believes mining is a substitute for Farc's falling drug profits.The organisation had become a major farmer, refiner and illegal exporter of coca and cocaine by the 1990s, with ties to international groups and markets.The vast sums of money it earned from the trade financed its dramatic military expansion.But now after a decade of heavy military pressure from the Colombian military, Farc is much reduced.In recent years criminal gangs have emerged and moved in to take over drug-trafficking operations previously run by the paramilitaries.The Colombian government says these criminal bands, which it calls "Bacrims", are now a major threat.Control of the drug trade as a whole has also shifted to Central America and Mexic(copied paste from http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-32700288) ( take into acount that these is no an answer is complementary info)