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El objetivo de este blog es difundir aspectos técnicos y científicos vinculados con la psicología en el ámbito individual, social y relacionado con el mundo de la empresa, en particular con la conducta de las personas en las organizaciones y de las personas como consumidores en este nuevo entorno global y digital.
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  • DYK? Industrial agriculture is responsible for 80% of deforestation around the world. The industrial production of meat, dairy and livestock feed is destroying forests and vital ecosystems for the fight against the climate crisis. Go to the link in our bio to join the movement to protect forests.
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#ActForAmazon #ActForPantanal #Pantanal #Amazonia #SavetheAmazon #Brasil #Brazil #nature #vegan #govegan #environment #lessmeat #AmazonOrBolsonaro #DefundBolsonaro #WhichSideAreYouOn #PantanalOrBolsonaro #plantbased #plantbaseddiet
  • Senior women are taking the Swiss government to the European Court of Human Rights because their health is threatened by heat waves, made worse by the climate crisis. They sailed from Basel to Strasbourg onboard the Greenpeace ship Beluga, to make a symbolic delivery of their complaint in person. 

THEY ARE NOT ALONE! Hundreds and hundreds of people have come with them through support messages on flags, now on display outside the court’s building. 

💌 Leave your message of support in the comments!

#greenpeace #climatejustice #climatejusticenow #climatecrisis #climatemergency #climatechange #seniors #climatestrike
  • The Pantanal wetlands are being destroyed by fire and greed. Go to the link in our bio to watch more and take action to protect our forests and our future.
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#Pantanal #SavePantanal #ActForAmazon #Brazil #AmazonOrBolsonaro #BrazilOnFire #BrasilEmChamas #PantanalOrBolsonaro
  • 💚 Sometimes it's good news... and this is wonderful news!

Nuclear weapons are about to become illegal under international law. 

It's a hugely historic moment: The UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons got it's 50th country signatory on the weekend. So on 22 January 2021, the ban on nuclear weapons will come into force. 

𝗧𝗵𝗲 #𝗡𝘂𝗰𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗕𝗮𝗻 𝗶𝘀 𝗳𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲. 🙌

Change IS possible.

𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗲'𝘀 𝘄𝗲 𝘄𝗲 𝗻𝗲𝗲𝗱𝗲𝗱 𝗮 𝗻𝘂𝗰𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿 𝗯𝗮𝗻:

𝟭.  They cause catastrophic harm

“My beloved city of Hiroshima suddenly became desolation, with heaps of ash and rubble, skeletons and blackened corpses.” Setsuko Thurlow, Hibakusha (survivor) of the Hiroshima bombing. 

Two bombs were dropped in 1945. Around a quarter of a million civilians were incinerated in an instant or were subjected to horrendous deaths and illness in the weeks, months, and years following.

𝟮. They are pointless

What defence can the atomic bomb provide against the main threats of our era, such as the climate crisis, pandemic, civil unrest or terrorism? On the contrary, far from maintaining peace, they fuel fear and distrust between countries.

𝟯. They cost a fortune

While nuclear arsenals have decreased since the mid-1980s, the budgetary expenditure related to nuclear weapons is constantly on the rise. According to estimates it’s close to $1000 billion for the decade of 2010-2020. Imagine if this money went instead to health, the fight against the climate crisis, and other services to ensure human security.

𝟰. They carry huge proliferation risks

Proliferation is the risk that states that have nuclear weapons increase their weapon stockpiles or that new states become nuclear-armed. To combat these huge risks, an international non-proliferation treaty entered into force in 1970 with the aims to prevent non-nuclear states from developing nuclear weapons, and to get nuclear states to reduce their arsenals.

𝟱. They are the only weapons of mass destruction that are yet to be banned

While biological and chemical weapons have been prohibited worldwide, since 1972 and 1993 respectively, nuclear weapons have not been constrained up to now.
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#greenpeace #nonukes #nonuclear #nuclearfree #nuclearweapons #peace #nowar
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Doctor en Psicología

PACO GARCÍA

Profesional del ámbito de la psicología aplicada desde hace más de 25 años y con experiencia en diferentes ámbitos de la misma. Doctor en Psicología*; Licenciado en Psicología y Licenciado en Ciencias de la Educación y Filosofía por Universidad de Valencia.

A nivel profesional siempre he trabajado en ámbitos vinculados con el mundo de la psicología aplicada nivel individual, salud, cambios de hábitos, estrategias de afrontamientos, estrés, felicidad, motivación de equipos de alto rendimiento y en el mundo de la empresa en relación a la conducta organizacional, psicología económica, conducta de consumo y marketing, trabajando para empresas líderes en sus sectores de actividad tanto en España como en diferentes países de la Unión Europea, fundamentalmente Suecia, Dinamarca, Alemania, Francia, Portugal, Italia, Rumanía y diferentes países de LATAM como Colombia, Perú y Ecuador; así como para Universidades, Gobiernos e instituciones.

Desde los inicios he compaginado la actividad profesional con la docencia con diferentes organizaciones e instituciones. Durante un tiempo estuve integrado en el equipo de la Unidad de Investigación de Psicología Económica y del Consumidor – Departamento de Psicología Social del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones – Universidad de Valencia –. Habitualmente colaboro como ponente, investigador y profesor con diferentes universidades, instituciones y empresas tanto en España como en LATAM, así como escuelas de negocio como lo ha sido ESIC Business & Marketing School durante más de diez años y Cámaras de Comercio tanto en el ámbito nacional como internacional.

Durante más de 15 años he estado muy vinculado con el deporte de alta competición, en la disciplina del Judo, en programas de entrenamiento de alto rendimiento, y en proyectos de adaptación de deportistas de élite después de la competición.

Actualmente estoy inmerso en diferentes proyectos vinculados con el desarrollo de la salud, proyectos vinculados a revertir procesos de envejecimiento y de programas sociales y del efecto de la felicidad sobre la salud y el bienestar; proyectos vinculados con la psicología aplicada, la neuropsicología, la tecnología, IA (Inteligencia Artificial) mediante el desarrollo de algoritmos; usabilidad y efectos sobre la conducta de consumo en los entornos digitales; de cómo la tecnología está transformado nuestra adaptación individual y social, de cómo los perfiles profesionales tienen que reconvertirse integrando nuevas competencias, y de cómo la conducta de consumo digital está transformando el mundo.

La psicología, la conducta individual y social, nuestra capacidad de adaptación y la felicidad como centro de ajuste a este mundo global en crisis permanente y en un vertiginoso cambio repleto de incertidumbre que nadie puede anticipar. Este es el mundo en donde trabajo, el reto de definir y establecer metodologías y modelos que puedan favorecer estrategias y repertorios de conducta de subsistencia y adaptación que nos lleven a un mayor índice de felicidad y que de sentido a nuestras vidas.

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(*) Tesis dirigida por la Dra. Pilar Valcarcel y Dr. Ismael Quintanilla Pardo

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Un espacio dedicado a la reflexión sobre nuestra conducta y las implicaciones inevitables que tienen si no nos comprometemos con nuestro espacio vital.

“Dos cosas me llaman la atención: la inteligencia de las bestias y la bestialidad de los hombres.”

  • DYK? Industrial agriculture is responsible for 80% of deforestation around the world. The industrial production of meat, dairy and livestock feed is destroying forests and vital ecosystems for the fight against the climate crisis. Go to the link in our bio to join the movement to protect forests.
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#ActForAmazon #ActForPantanal #Pantanal #Amazonia #SavetheAmazon #Brasil #Brazil #nature #vegan #govegan #environment #lessmeat #AmazonOrBolsonaro #DefundBolsonaro #WhichSideAreYouOn #PantanalOrBolsonaro #plantbased #plantbaseddiet
  • Senior women are taking the Swiss government to the European Court of Human Rights because their health is threatened by heat waves, made worse by the climate crisis. They sailed from Basel to Strasbourg onboard the Greenpeace ship Beluga, to make a symbolic delivery of their complaint in person. 

THEY ARE NOT ALONE! Hundreds and hundreds of people have come with them through support messages on flags, now on display outside the court’s building. 

💌 Leave your message of support in the comments!

#greenpeace #climatejustice #climatejusticenow #climatecrisis #climatemergency #climatechange #seniors #climatestrike
  • The Pantanal wetlands are being destroyed by fire and greed. Go to the link in our bio to watch more and take action to protect our forests and our future.
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#Pantanal #SavePantanal #ActForAmazon #Brazil #AmazonOrBolsonaro #BrazilOnFire #BrasilEmChamas #PantanalOrBolsonaro
  • 💚 Sometimes it's good news... and this is wonderful news!

Nuclear weapons are about to become illegal under international law. 

It's a hugely historic moment: The UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons got it's 50th country signatory on the weekend. So on 22 January 2021, the ban on nuclear weapons will come into force. 

𝗧𝗵𝗲 #𝗡𝘂𝗰𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗕𝗮𝗻 𝗶𝘀 𝗳𝗶𝗻𝗮𝗹𝗹𝘆 𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗲. 🙌

Change IS possible.

𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗲'𝘀 𝘄𝗲 𝘄𝗲 𝗻𝗲𝗲𝗱𝗲𝗱 𝗮 𝗻𝘂𝗰𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿 𝗯𝗮𝗻:

𝟭.  They cause catastrophic harm

“My beloved city of Hiroshima suddenly became desolation, with heaps of ash and rubble, skeletons and blackened corpses.” Setsuko Thurlow, Hibakusha (survivor) of the Hiroshima bombing. 

Two bombs were dropped in 1945. Around a quarter of a million civilians were incinerated in an instant or were subjected to horrendous deaths and illness in the weeks, months, and years following.

𝟮. They are pointless

What defence can the atomic bomb provide against the main threats of our era, such as the climate crisis, pandemic, civil unrest or terrorism? On the contrary, far from maintaining peace, they fuel fear and distrust between countries.

𝟯. They cost a fortune

While nuclear arsenals have decreased since the mid-1980s, the budgetary expenditure related to nuclear weapons is constantly on the rise. According to estimates it’s close to $1000 billion for the decade of 2010-2020. Imagine if this money went instead to health, the fight against the climate crisis, and other services to ensure human security.

𝟰. They carry huge proliferation risks

Proliferation is the risk that states that have nuclear weapons increase their weapon stockpiles or that new states become nuclear-armed. To combat these huge risks, an international non-proliferation treaty entered into force in 1970 with the aims to prevent non-nuclear states from developing nuclear weapons, and to get nuclear states to reduce their arsenals.

𝟱. They are the only weapons of mass destruction that are yet to be banned

While biological and chemical weapons have been prohibited worldwide, since 1972 and 1993 respectively, nuclear weapons have not been constrained up to now.
🙌 🙌 🙌

#greenpeace #nonukes #nonuclear #nuclearfree #nuclearweapons #peace #nowar
  • Winds of change. 

This photo was taken at one of the biggest wind farms in Fukushima prefecture, Japan. Around 33 wind turbines are producing electricity equivalent to power demands of 35,000 households’ demands per year. 

The Japanese government has just announced it will become carbon neutral by 2050. Japan is the world's fifth-largest CO2 emitter and has heavily relied on nuclear power and fossil fuels. 

@greenpeacejp welcomed Prime Minister Suga's pronouncement but warned that any commitment must have policy to match. If Japan is to achieve net zero by 2050, it must massively increase its renewable energy capacity, with a target of 50% renewable electricity by 2030. Anything less than 50% and Japan risks falling short of net zero, and more importantly risks driving the world above 1.5 degrees as per the Paris Agreement.
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📸: Guillaume Bression / Greenpeace

#RenewableEnergy #GoRenewables #CleanEnergy #BuildBackBetter #GreenRecovery #ActOnClimate #ClimateEmergency #SustainableLiving
  • Earlier in the week @greenpeacecl, together with the visual artist @caiozzama displayed 15 by 15 meter artwork entitled Soltemos el Agua (Let’s let the water go) in Santiago, Chile to send a message to the government about the water crisis facing the country.

Esta semana @greenpeacecl, junto con el artista visual Claudio Caiozzi, exhibieron una obra de arte de 15 por 15 metros titulada Soltemos el Agua en Santiago, Chile para enviar un mensaje al gobierno sobre la crisis del agua que enfrenta el país.
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📸© Cristobal Olivares / Greenpeace
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#Water #Chile #CleanWater #HumanRights #Santiago #Environment #Greenpeace
  • Industrial meat impacts our planet in ways that no longer can be ignored. 

Animal farming releases as much greenhouse gasses as all cars, trains, ships and planes combined -  accelerating the climate emergency, and bringing us wildfires, floods and extreme droughts. 

We have to pull the brakes now - less meat, less heat, more nature!

😥 Meat and Deforestation - The Facts: 

🥩 Agricultural expansion is responsible for 80% of global deforestation.
🥩 Commercial agriculture is estimated to be responsible for at least 40% and up to 70% of all deforestation across the tropics.
🥩 Pasture for livestock and cropland for soya production have been identified as the two main drivers of deforestation worldwide.

🌲 Two-thirds of the world's land-based species are found in forests.
🌲 Forests store massive amounts of carbon in their living parts, litter and soils - equivalent to some 90 years of greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels.
🌲 Deforestation accounts for over a tenth of global carbon emissions.
🌲 The world loses nearly one soccer field of forests every 2 seconds.

Help us protect precious forest ecosystems like the Amazon rainforest. Take action via the link in our bio 👆🏾and eat less meat more veg! 🥕

#LessMeatMoreVeg #ActForTheAmazon

🎨via @dunkhell_1.618 and @vegan.ch

#greenpeace #savetheamazon #alleyesontheamazon #forestsarelife #saveforests #vegetarian #meatfreemonday #meatfree #plantbased #forests
  • Toru Anzai - a former resident of Iitate, Fukushima and the Fukushima nuclear tragedy - reminisced about the “black snow day” explosions on 12 March, 2011. 

He was forced to evacuate his dear home into temporary housing as he continued suffer headaches, strokes, and heart attacks. While these illnesses have not been conclusively connected to the Fukushima radiation exposure, Anzai believes they are the side effects of the black snow day.

Next week, the Japanese government will announce their official decision on whether or not the highly radioactive Fukushima water will be released into the Pacific Ocean. 

Industrial pollution and toxins have already caused much distress to our oceans. Discharging the Fukushima’s radioactive water will only worsen the situation, and we cannot, and should never, let this happen. 
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#Fukushima #greenpeace #nuclear #nukes #ocean
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