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Chile’s Reservoirs Are Evaporating Thanks to Climate Change. This Startup Is Trying To Stop It

Time Magazine 12 Nov 2022
It calms the ripples and dulls the glimmer of Chile’s winter sunlight on its surface ... At this blueberry farm an hour’s drive from Santiago, Hortifrut, one of the largest berry producers in South America, is trialing one solution to Chile’s unprecedented 13 year-drought ... That’s a huge benefit in Chile.
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OCEANIA CRUISES OFFERS FREE LAND PROGRAMS ON FEATURED 2023 ITINERARIES

Longview News-Journal 03 Oct 2022
Wildlife is the draw of both the Ballestas Islands and Paracas National Reserve, a desert landscape along the sea ... Santiago De Chile ... Post-Cruise Santiago de Chile, Chile ... The watershed Battle of Chacabuco was fought nearby, leading to Chile's independence ... WINELANDS & WILDLIFE.
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Rio2 appeals rejection of EIA for Chile gold project

Mining Dot Com 08 Sep 2022
It noted, however, that the company had not provided enough information on how it aimed to eliminate the “adverse impacts” it would have on the area’s wildlife species, specifically on chinchillas, guanacos and vicuñas. . With Chile voting over the weekend to reject a ...
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Lithium Valley? With push to EVs, all eyes are on the Salton Sea

Press Telegram 03 Sep 2022
But the toxins and dust generated by such mining can cause air and water pollution, while the process scars natural landscapes and can disturb local wildlife and habitat. In South America, in places like Chile and Argentina, companies dig wells to pull brine from deep below Earth’s surface.
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Chile appeal hearing in World Cup case set for Sept. 15

Ravalli Republic 01 Sep 2022
ZURICH (AP) — Chile's appeal hearing to challenge Ecuador’s place at this year's World Cup because of an alleged ineligible player has been set for Sept ... Chile has claimed to have documents proving Castillo is actually Colombian and was not eligible to play for Ecuador.
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Shy dolphins and stalking pumas: Capturing Patagonia's wild species on camera

The Citizens 11 Aug 2022
A lone male puma stalked through the tall grass of Chile's Torres del Paine National Park, and it appeared to be heading straight for a film crew ... The tense moment passed, but it was just another day of dealing with unpredictable wildlife in Chile for Araneda and his crew ... "It depends on what the wildlife allows you to do.".
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Traveling in Chile is a lesson in the ravages of climate change

The Spokesman-Review 31 Jul 2022
In Chile, the weather is predictably unpredictable ... That’s a standing joke I heard frequently in Chile ... Contrary to popular belief, Chile isn’t so named because its shape resembles a chile pepper ... Climate models predict Chile will only become drier and warmer, leaving its forests and wildlife even more vulnerable to human negligence.
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Former President Barack Obama earns first-ever Emmys nomination for Netflix docuseries

The News International 14 Jul 2022
Our Great National Parks is a five-part series highlighting the beauty and wildlife at national parks in the US, Indonesia, Kenya and Chile, among other places ... 12. .
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Emmy Awards 2022: Former US President Barack Obama lands first nomination for ‘Our Great National Parks’

The Telegraph India 13 Jul 2022
Former US President Barack Obama is now an Emmy nominee ... The Emmy Awards 2022 nominations were revealed on Tuesday late evening ... Our Great National Parks is a five-part series highlighting the beauty and wildlife at national parks in the US, Indonesia, Kenya and Chile, among other places ... .
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First Thing: Mark Meadows’ associate threatened ex-White House aide

The Observer 01 Jul 2022
Good morning ... Hutchinson received a message from an associate of Meadows saying. “[A person] let me know you have your deposition tomorrow. He wants me to let you know that he’s thinking about you ... Photograph. Ukraine emergency services ... A salmon farm in Puerto Montt, Chile. Small fisheries say marine wildlife is suffering because of fish farming ... .
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A Weekly Recap of All Things Resources to Friday, June 10th

Resource World 11 Jun 2022
�‘That’s a Wrap’. By Rod Blake ... In its effort of becoming a nature positive company by 2030 – Teck Resources Ltd. ‘TECK.B-T’ & ‘TECK-N’ announced the multi-mineral miner was protecting 14,000 hectacres, or about 40% of its current mining footprint, of wildlife habitat and ecosystems in Canada and Chile.
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Teck aims to be nature positive by 2030

Resource World 06 Jun 2022
The company said it is taking immediate action towards achieving this goal through land conservation investments that will project 14,000 hectares of wildlife habitat and ecosystems in Canada and Chile ... Teck is a diversified miner with coal, copper, zinc, and oil sands operations in Canada, the U.S., Chile and Peru.
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Teck moves to protect 14,000 hectares of wildlife habitat in Canada and Chile

Castanet 06 Jun 2022
says it is moving to protect 14,000 hectares of wildlife habitat in Canada and Chile ... In Chile, the company says 5,800 hectares of a wetland ecosystem near its Quebrada Blanca operations will be protected in partnership with the Ollagüe Quechua community ... ....
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Canadian miner Teck sets nature-positive goal

Mining Weekly 06 Jun 2022
... Teck will protect 14 000 ha of wildlife habitat and ecosystems in Canada and Chile.
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LP Building Solutions Honored as Forest Conservationist of the Year by Tennessee Wildlife Federation

Citizen Tribune 25 May 2022
NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- LP Building Solutions (LP), a leading manufacturer of high-performance building products, was honored as the Forest Conservationist of the Year at the Tennessee Wildlife Federation's 57th Annual Conservation Achievement Awards ... About Tennessee Wildlife Federation.

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