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Long, Costly Drought Drives Climate Crisis Home in Argentina

Via IPS News, a report on Argentina’s drought: Martín Rapetti, a fourth generation farmer in the province of Corrientes in northeastern Argentina, has already lost more than 30 cows due to lack of food and water, as a result of the long drought that is plaguing a large part of the country. “There is no […]

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Argentina’s Paraná River Drops to 77-Year Low

Courtesy of Circle of Blue, a report on Argentina’s Paraná River: The Paraná River stretches through the heart of central South America, arising in Brazil and extending over 3,000 miles through Paraguay and Argentina. The continent’s second-longest river behind the Amazon, the Paraná is a workhorse, supporting rainforest diversity, Indigenous ancestral homes, and Argentina’s economy: over […]

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