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Volume 5, Issue 44
UPDATES: 8-10-2021

UPDATES: 8-10-2021

Update to: Chinese fishing boats approaching Galapagos: what’s being done, what species they endanger and who comprises the fleetPublished: Volume 5, Issue 39Galapagos imposes a ban on sea cucumber fishing at the end of quota The Galapagos National Park Directorate (GNPD) announced the closure of the sea cucumber fishery since the allowable catch quota for […]

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Peruvian community radio stations combat COVID-19 disinformation among Indigenous peoples in remote regions

Peruvian community radio stations combat COVID-19 disinformation among Indigenous peoples in remote regions

Peru has the highest number of COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants and is in last place in Latin America in terms of vaccinations given. However, as the government has just secured more vaccines, there is another virus that is especially affecting Indigenous people in remote regions of the country: disinformation and conspiracy theories about the vaccines. LatAm Journalism Review […]

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‘My government will be the government of entrepreneurs’ says Guillermo Lasso 

‘My government will be the government of entrepreneurs’ says Guillermo Lasso 

Entrepreneurship and innovation are key factors for the reactivation of the country, reported the Ministry of Communication last week. For this reason, the Government supports all the actions that, from the private sector, academia and society, are promoted for the development of the country. With this in mind, last Wednesday evening, President Guillermo Lasso, attended the […]

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Is anyone listening?

Is anyone listening?

What happened to customer service in the US? I mean, I know it took a deep dive over the last 20 years, but now it seems like the goal is just to make us go away, or at least give up talking to a person and go to a website that tells you to call […]

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Erosion continues in the Coca River as US Army Corp of Engineers show up to help

Erosion continues in the Coca River as US Army Corp of Engineers show up to help

The natural phenomenon of regressive erosion in the Coca River is already located 7.9 kilometers from the catchment works of the Coca Codo Sinclair hydroelectric plant, the largest in the country. The authorities of the electricity sector are concerned about the advance of the natural phenomenon of regressive erosion in the Coca River, which puts […]

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Can Ecuador achieve “the impossible” and move from an oil economy to a bioeconomy?

Can Ecuador achieve “the impossible” and move from an oil economy to a bioeconomy?

When Columbus set sail from Huelva, he did not imagine meeting America and transforming the world. His purpose was to find an alternative route to reach the Indies from the East. He crossed that sea that filled him with new hope, “as sleep gives a man dreams” – according to a quote attributed to him. What […]

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