Environmental Issues

Coleman, Denise Youngblood
July 2013
Chile Country Review;2013, p187
Country Report
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The article discusses the environmental issues of Chile, including lack of care for its diverse landscape and ecology, exploitation of natural environment and species within by extractive processes and industrial development, and air pollution due to industrial and vehicle emissions.


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