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Desert Solar, Wind Power to Fuel Santiago, Chile’s Subway System

The Chilean capital’s subsway system is considered the finest, as well as the largest, in Latin America. Come 2018, some 60% of its electricity is to come from solar and wind power resources far north.

Water rights as a public good in Chile

Calls to Reinstate Water as a Public Good Arise in Chile

Plagued by drought, floods and skyrocketing prices, calls to reinstitute water as a public good are intensifying in Chile.

Ag Giants, Free Trade Agreements Threatening Food Security, Seed Diversity & Farmers’ Adaptability

Multinational agricultural corporations, government subsidies and free trade agreements are threatening world crop and plant diversity and the ability of small, traditional farmers to adapt to climate change, according to research presented at the 2nd annual World Seed Conference in Rome.