During the COVID-19 crisis, the fish returned to the Venice canals, the wild boars went down to the Diagonal de Barcelona, and the dolphins approached the Balearic coasts. After the Tsunami in Japan, in the area washed away by the wave, after a few months the oysters had a size that fishermen in the area had never seen.
Sumak Kawsay is a Quechua word referring to the ancestral worldview of life. Since the end of the 20th century, it is also an epistemic paradigm and a political, cultural and social proposal developed mainly in Ecuador and Bolivia. In Ecuador it has been translated as «Good living» although experts in the Quechua language agree that the most accurate translation would be life in fullness. In Bolivia the original Aymara word is Suma Qamaña, which has been translated as «Living well.» Sumak kawsay is a paradigm that is established in five principles:
Tucu Yachay: without knowledge or wisdom there is no life
Pacha Mama: we all come from mother earth
Hambi Kawsay: life is healthy
Sumak Kamaña: life is collective
Hatun Muskuy: we all have an ideal or dream