Los Lagos Region stabilizes situation after Calbuco Volcano eruption

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Sernatur - In a statement regarding the eruption of the Calbuco Volcano, located in the south of Chile, 900 kilometers south of the capital, Santiago, Chilean authorities have confirmed that the Los Lagos Region is operational, with routine activity functioning at 95%. This excludes the 20-kilometer zone directly located along the periphery of the volcano’s crater.
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Photo Essay: A region at risk

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Editors Note: The following is from Issue 7
 
Interview with Bridget Besaw
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Let’s change society, not the climate

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Editors Note: The following is from Issue 7
 
By Manuel Baquedano
 
The year 2014 was the hottest year we have on historic record. Without a doubt, we are literally cooking because of temperature increases that are small but sustained, and annul any perception of imminent danger to the human species. The syndrome of the frog who dies happy because he isn’t able to perceive the temperature changes that make him lose his reflexes can also be applied to humans.
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Interview: Kayaker Evan Garcia and the future of the Trancura River

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By Tomas Moggia
 
Lover of free, fast and furious rivers, Evan Garcia is a leading American kayaker who in 2007 won the Freestyle Kayaking World Championships in Canada. Currently, the 26-year-old native of Montana is more focused on whitewater downhill kayaking and is a tireless seeker and runner of waterfalls around the world.
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Trancura River: Mapuche communities and whitewater at risk

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By Tomás Moggia
Translation by Micaela Ross
 
It is dusk, and the sun slowly begins to set. For a while, a cold Andean wind blows while Cerro Las Peinetas receives the last rays of light. Illuminated by the sunset, the towers of this beautiful stone mountain shine in their entire splendor below a completely cloudless sky.
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