The Polarities Of Power And Preservation In Patagonia

Rio Baker is the largest river in Chile and, for now, it’s undammed from source to sea. Its milky turquoise waters carry glacial sediments through a virgin land from an Andean lake along the east side of the northern Patagonian ice field to a frothy end in the Pacific Ocean. But the river is carving a divide between the Chilean people deeper than the fjords, forcing them to look at issues of ideology and identity and compelling them to choose between two very different visions of the future… (continue reading on International Business Times)

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