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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.

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.

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 ... ....

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.

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.

The case of the disappearing deer – and how a new corridor could save it

The Observer 19 May 2022
The Route of Parks is the spine,” says Rewilding Chile’s wildlife director, Cristián Saucedo, “and now the huemul corridor forms the ribcage.” Restoring the interconnectivity of huemul populations along the length of Patagonia is the ultimate goal, says Saucedo, but first their ...

Barack Obama to star in Netflix nature documentary

New York Post 16 Mar 2022
More On. barack obama. Former President Obama tests positive for COVID-19 ... Obama’s documentary will focus on national parks in California, Kenya, Indonesia, and Chile, among other locations. The series will coincide with a nature protection fundraising campaign involving the Wildlife Conservation Society and Count Us ... “A fish that can walk ... ....

Rescued condors nurtured to health – and flight – in Chile’s Patagonia region

La Prensa Latina 17 Feb 2022
Patagonia region, Chile, Feb 17 (EFE).- Pumalin, an Andean condor found as a baby with signs of frostbite and on the verge of ... The species is vulnerable and could soon be in danger of extinction,” Cristian Saucedo, wildlife director at Fundacion Rewilding Chile, told Efe.

Fires threaten vital peatland in Chile’s Tierra del Fuego

Mongabay 07 Feb 2022
A forest fire that has been spreading for weeks in Chile’s Tierra del Fuego is threatening the ancestral land of ... “This is an environmental, even global, emergency,” Barbara Saavedra, Chile director for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which manages the area, told Mongabay.

Fighting the wildfires that threaten Chile’s peatlands is vital for us all

Open Democracy 03 Feb 2022
Bárbara Saavedra, director of the Wildlife Conservation Society in Chile, the non-governmental organization that manages Karukinka Park, has called for more help to tackle the fires than has been pledged by the government and the National Forest Corporation of Chile (CONAF).

Silverthorne resident photographs Patagonia for new book

Summit Daily 20 Jan 2022
Futaleufú, Chile.” ... The water is in another hemisphere, yet Chile’s Futaleufú River is a destination that has captured the heart of Silverthorne resident Alex Nicks ... Futaleufú, Chile.” ... Futaleufú, Chile” by Liz McGregor and Alex Nicks ... The book is set to release in Chile, too.

How green is your electric car really? New battery 'passports' will reveal all

TechRadar 01 Jan 2022
However, EV batteries have their own environmental and social costs. Mining issues. For example, demand for lithium (an essential material for EV batteries) has surged in recent years, and mining the metal in Chile requires huge amounts of water, resulting in reduced availability for people and wildlife ... The best folding e-bikes .

Where to travel 2022: The best destinations to go

The Citizens 01 Jan 2022
The cluster of islands, which can be accessed by boat, ferry or light aircraft, also holds an extraordinary abundance of wildlife, including protected or rare species like the Nile crocodile, the common bottlenose dolphin and the African manatee, as well as about 500 species of birds ... CHILE ... In northern Chile, the Atacama is the place to go.

Fast fashion stacks up in Chile's Atacama Desert

Inhabitat 23 Dec 2021
Chile’s Atacama Desert is known for its beauty, wildlife, starry night skies and amazing hot air balloon rides. Now it’s also becoming infamous for its dunes of discarded fast fashion ... .

Perverse climate effect preserving Patagonian marine algae forests

La Prensa Latina 17 Aug 2021
... material, which prevents the entry of light into the system and helps this gigantic algae species exist without significant complications, added Palacios, who also is the coordinator of the Marine Conservation Program for Chile with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Chile.

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