off

Chile Evacuated its “Flood” Coasts and Lifted Tsunami Warning

The Interior Minister, Rodrigo Hinzpeter, announced as a preventive measure that whole “flood” area of the coast of Chile should be evacuated before the 21:30 pm local time (00:30 GMT Sunday), with the possible arrival of a tsunami resulting from the earthquake that...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

Ecuadorian Coast Sea Showed Unusual Movements

SALINAS In Santa Elena province, in the beach of Salinas, unusual movements were reported; the sea began to withdraw several meters to allow the arrival of strong waves produced by the tsunami as it began after the quake in Japan. MANTA In the coast of Manta, Manabi province the...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

Galapagos Faced Intense Hours of Uncertainty

Through social networks, the Presidency of the Republic announced the destruction of one of the floating docks located at island of Santa Cruz in Galapagos. According to reports, the intensity of the waves caused the ocean level to increase the tide and the water to enter to the...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

Explosion at the Japanese Nuclear Reactor Fukushima Daiichi

The accident at a Fukushima nuclear power plant is already the worst that has been lived since the Chernobyl disaster (Ukraine) in 1986. The failure of the reactor cooling system 1 of Daiichi nuclear plant has been classified by authorities as a category 4. This equates to an...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

Javier Bustamante Speaks of Environmental Protection

Fundacion Natura has many environment policies, and their main mission is to prevent and control contamination as well as the bio diversity this are the primary ideas of the organization. Javier Bustamante is the current National Executive Director of Fundacion Natura. The...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

State of Emergency Was Lifted in Ecuador

This Saturday, President Rafael Correa lifted the state of emergency declared yesterday against the risk of tsunami in coastal areas of the country. The Ecuadorian President stressed that so far preliminary assessments do not show any “serious harm.” The port of Santa...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

CNE Approved the Use of Advertising in Correa’s Campaign

The National Electoral Council approved the advertising campaign of President Rafael Correa for the popular consult and the referendum through advertising slots. Meanwhile the councillor Marcia Caicedo, expressed his negative to this request, and the President of the Council,...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By
off

Japan: The Aftermath of a Natural Disaster

Early morning Japan mobilized a nationwide rescue affected by the quake and provides some food and waters to thousands in zones under siege without water, electricity, and telephone service. About 1,300 to 1,700, is the number of victim that fluctuates so far. Rescuers were still...
Posted On 12 Mar 2011
, By