How a Patagonian ranch reduces its impact on global warming

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By Nana Halager Mikkelsen
 
From transportation to use of electricity to fuel, ranching and livestock production can have a significant impact on the global warming issues we are facing today.
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Ojo de Pez: photo contest showcases Chile’s water environments

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By Cristóbal Pérez 
 
This year, the annual Ojo de Pez photo contest received nearly 300 entries in the five categories designed to showcase Chile’s aquatic environments. The contest was organized by the Universidad Austral of Chile, the PAR Explora from Los Rios CONICYT, and the Center for the Dynamic Research of High Altitude Marine Ecosystems.
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Spectacular finale to the 2017 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series at Lake Ranco

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Jonathan Paredes. Photo: Samo Vidic/Red Bull Content PoolJonathan Paredes. Photo: Samo Vidic/Red Bull Content Pool
 
 
By Cristobal Perez
 
In a day full of sunshine and adrenaline at the waterfalls of Saltos de Riñinahue, located on the southeast bank of Lake Ranco in southern Chile, Mexico's Jonathan Paredes and Australia's Rhiannan Iffland won first place in the mens and women categories of the World Series of Cliff Diving.
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Gauchada Week: Daniel Casado

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A network of Marine Protected Areas in Patagonia

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By Bárbara Saavedra
 
Editors Note: The following is from Issue 15.
 
The Patagonian sea, one of the most pristine and ecologically valuable fjord ecosystems on the planet, is not without threats.  Its marvelous green-blue landscape abruptly meets coasts, mountains, and southern forests and is home to thousands of species, all of them facing perils associated with invasive species and unsustainable activities.
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