Pedro Pozas Terrados

Escritor, naturalista, poeta, amante de la vida y defensor de la madre Tierra, investigador, crítico y aventurero Profesionalmente ha trabajado 37 años en la defensa del medio ambiente como funcionario del Ministerio del Interior. De forma altruista es el Director Ejecutivo del Proyecto Gran Simio, una Organización que desde hace más de dos décadas lucha por los derechos básicos de los grandes simios, la conservación de su hábitat y la protección de los pueblos indígenas, verdaderos guardianes de nuestro planeta. Dibujante a lápiz y acuarela, con más de 300 láminas de temas naturalistas y 12 cuadernos de campo. Es autor de 13 libros y coautor de ocho más. Descubridor de varias cuevas, una de ellas catalogada por la Comunidad de Castilla La Mancha de interés histórico y etnográfico con hallazgo en la misma de inscripciones de cronología antigua medieval.

Enough is enough!

The war in Ukraine is serving as a justification for multinationals to speculate massively on the prices of commodities, as well as energy and world transport. The war in Ukraine could have been avoided if its president had not wanted…

A sage in oblivion

“The only way to save this world and achieve a peaceful world is to teach love for creation, nature and animals. If you want to help and promote this idea, maybe we can still save this planet”. Claes Linden Time…

Democratic Republic of Congo: The genocide of the Batwa

The Kahuzi-Biega National Park, located in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a destination for many tourists to see the subspecies of gorilla Gorilla Gorilla beringei graueri, known as the eastern lowland gorilla and which only lives…

The wildcat: The great forgotten one

Of all the wild mammals of our fauna, the wildcat is perhaps the least known of all, the great forgotten of our forests. There is no known study on the distribution and status of its population in the Iberian Peninsula.…

Electric vehicles: Solution or a new hoax?

First it was coltan, the essential mineral for our mobile phones, computers, remote-controlled weapons… necessary for their functioning and yet 80% of this mineral compound is extracted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), in open-pit mines that are real…