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In its 578 pages, the work displays an exciting narrative that not only delves into the life of the scientist, born in 1769, but also recreates the hotbed of new ideas in which he grew up and matured.
Considered the first environmentalist in history, one of Humboldt's main contributions was precisely, as Wulf points out,
  the vision of nature as a living organism where everything is interconnected. Ahead of its time, it also projects that human-caused damage to the environment will have future consequences.

Source: WWF

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Chile is one of the few countries in the world where water is a consumer good: both its sources of origin and distribution have been privatized in a process that began during the civil-military regime of Pinochet. In this investigation by Ediciones B, journalists Tania Tamayo and Alejandra Carmona investigate the current scenario of water scarcity, reveal unpublished details of the elaboration of the Code, a path drawn up alongside the Constitution, and how it has affected numerous communities. The text also gives an account of the millionaire subsidies that large companies have obtained and the latest audits in Petorca.

Source: CiperChile

"Humanity in the basins - Uses and abuses: Río Maipo" is the research book that alerts on the historical degradation of the Maipo river basin since colonial times due to mining and urban expansion, to which agriculture is later added to large-scale, energy infrastructure, extraction of aggregates for construction, industrial and household waste, mass tourism, and port intervention at the river mouth. Something that, they warn, makes an integrated management of basins necessary for the restoration of the ecosystem of the area.

Source: LaderaSur.

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In its 578 pages, the work displays an exciting narrative that not only delves into the life of the scientist, born in 1769, but also recreates the hotbed of new ideas in which he grew up and matured.
Considered the first environmentalist in history, one of Humboldt's main contributions was precisely, as Wulf points out,
  the vision of nature as a living organism where everything is interconnected. Ahead of its time, it also projects that human-caused damage to the environment will have future consequences.

Source: WWF

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Chile is one of the few countries in the world where water is a consumer good: both its sources of origin and distribution have been privatized in a process that began during the civil-military regime of Pinochet. In this investigation by Ediciones B, journalists Tania Tamayo and Alejandra Carmona investigate the current scenario of water scarcity, reveal unpublished details of the elaboration of the Code, a path drawn up alongside the Constitution, and how it has affected numerous communities. The text also gives an account of the millionaire subsidies that large companies have obtained and the latest audits in Petorca.

Source: CiperChile

"Humanity in the basins - Uses and abuses: Río Maipo" is the research book that alerts on the historical degradation of the Maipo river basin since colonial times due to mining and urban expansion, to which agriculture is later added to large-scale, energy infrastructure, extraction of aggregates for construction, industrial and household waste, mass tourism, and port intervention at the river mouth. Something that, they warn, makes an integrated management of basins necessary for the restoration of the ecosystem of the area.

Source: LaderaSur.

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