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Position of NGO's on the construction of 2 dams on the Santa Cruz River

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SAVE THE SANTA CRUZ RIVER!
DON'T PUT AT RISK GLACIER PERITO MORENO

The national government of Argentina promotes the construction of two hydroelectric dams (Nestor Kirchner and Jorge Cepernic) which would irreversibly affect an irreplaceable part of our geography, the great Santa Cruz River; the last glacial river that runs free from the mountains to the sea.

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Subscribe: Special packs for the holidays

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Douglas Tompkins: A ghost roams the valleys of Patagonia

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By Hector Kol
Translation by Taylor Ffitch
 
I learned about him in 1994, when a brief note in “El Mercurio” mentioned the existence of EDUCEC, an organization that represented the interests of a U.S. millionaire who had bought large expanses of public land to convert them into national parks.
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Douglas Tompkins: Passion for Nature (1943-2015)

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Called by the indigenous Tehuelche “El Chelenko,” Lago General Carrera in the Aysen region of Chilean Patagonia, the second-largest lake in South America, is a glittering, gorgeous jewel with awesome hues of blue. Like the rest of Patagonia, it is also prone to wide swings in the weather. The winds can swirl about at tremendous speed, turning the lake into a veritable sea with leaping waves. And so it was on Tuesday, when Douglas Tompkins together with five others, including his longtime friend and partner in outdoors adventures, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia Inc., set out to kayak the lake but were tragically overcome by Patagonian nature. 
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Call for Proposals: Climate Change in Patagonia

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Call for Proposals: Climate Change in Patagonia. Deadline: January 15th
 
Climate change is affecting Chilean and Argentine Patagonia in myriad ways.  Unprecedented drought, glacial lake outburst floods (GLOFs), and declining production of krill for threatened species like whales are just a few examples of its effects on this remote, southern corner of the globe.
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