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Chilean Patagonia should be a World Heritage Site

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The idea for a "Patagonia World Heritage" came about in January 2001, when leaders of PeaceBoat and leaders of CODEFF (National Committee for the Defense of Fauna and Flora) decided to work toward making it happen. From there it became a concrete proposal, and later signed on to by the chairmen of the Senate Environment Committee, Antonio Horvath, and the Chamber of Deputies Environment Committee, Alejandro Navarro.

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A New Magazine For Patagonia

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In his voyage around the world in the 1830s, the famed naturalist Charles Darwin came away awestruck by what he saw in Patagonia. Darwin speculated that the reason he was so deeply affected by this region was “the free scope given to the imagination” supplied by its “boundless” natural landscape. 
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The Solar-Powered Traveler

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Solio Classic Solar Power ChargerSomeone once asked me, “Have you figured out if there’s a way to travel around the world without ever plugging into a wall socket? With/without a laptop?”

The second part of that question is the tricky part, but the first part is now not all that hard. For a trip through Peru this past December, I was almost a total solar-powered and wind-powered traveler, but I did have to carry one charger—for my camera. I’m currently looking for a way to ditch that one too, but it’s harder.

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