Mining Weekly: Future bright for Latin America, but water issues impede growth

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JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – While the outlook for mining in Latin America remains positive over the coming years, research firm BMI...


NRDC: Scaling up climate finance in Latin America

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The decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement was widely criticized around the world and raised speculation about how the Agreement’s goals, including targets related to climate finance would be met....


Skolkovo: Russian energy startups set sights on Latin America

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Traditionally, Russian business in Latin America may have revolved around two products – importing bananas and flowers – but as the governments of Mexico...


Merco Press: Punta Arenas plans to seat a major Antarctica scientific research hub

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Chile will build the International Antarctic Center in the southern city of Punta Arenas, meant to become the entering point to the white continent ...


MercoPress: Falklands/Honduras to share experiences in marine coastal resources management

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Honduras and UK South Atlantic British Overseas Territories, mainly Falkland Islands are to share scientific experiences and develop po...


BBC News: Controversial gas from Peruvian Amazon arrives in UK

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By Roger Harrabin

BBC environment analyst

 

 

A tanker docking in the UK is transporting a controversial cargo of gas from the Peruvian Amazon.   It is thought to be the first shipment...


Latin American Post: Chile wildfires leave smouldering tensions over role of forestry industry

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The smoke has almost cleared, the blazes that raged over half a million hectares of forests, bush and grassland mostly extinguished, but the air is still thick with recrim...


The Motley Fool: Why Latin America and China Are Beating the U.S. in Renewable Energy

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Renewable energy in the U.S. isn't as strong as it is in developing countries, and it's important to understand why. Travis Hoium (TMFFlushDraw) ...