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Reader survey: Some results, and the winner of the giveaway!

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We want to thank all the readers who responded to our survey. Your comments and opinions are valuable to us as we strive to make a better magazine.
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Issue 11 - Climate Change in Patagonia

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Increasing research in the Patagonia region appears to show that climate change has already arrived: are we about to expedite devastating changes to Patagonia’s natural treasures? Its one of the questions we examine in this edition of Patagon Journal. Our special section about climate change was made possible in part with the support of a grant from the Earth Journalism Network, an organization with 8,000 members from 120 countries.
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The public health risks of air pollution: Interview with Kirk Smith

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Smog in Temuco. Photo: Carlos OrtegaSmog in Temuco. Photo: Carlos Ortega

 

Kirk Smith is the director of the Global Health and Environment Program at the School of Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley. An internationally renowned scientist on global public health, among other things, he has been a lead advisor on climate and health issues for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and is a member of the executive committee for the World Health Organization Air Quality Guidelines.
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Santiago Mountain Film Festival 2016 open for submissions

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Santiago Mountain Film Festival has opened the submission process for the South American films section of their 17th annual event. 
 
The finalists will be shown September 29 in the auditorium of San Sebastián University, at their Bellavista campus in Santiago. The winners will be announced on October 1 at the closing ceremony of the festival.
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Patagonia from space

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NASA has long had a large database with photographs taken from space by astronauts. Wonderful photos with "out of this world" perspectives. From time to time photos of the glaciers and mountains of the southern Andes appear, and last month, during mission 47 of the International Space Station, something happened and they published more photos than ever before, gifting us extraordinary views of our beloved Patagonia. After reviewing more than 2000 I share my favorites. - Camilo Rada
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