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As Peru’s glaciers melt, water crisis awaits

In Peru’s desert, ripe blueberries are blooming in the sand. Its mountain communities, however, are living under a ticking time bomb as the threat of glacial lake flooding looms from uphill. With the climate spinning out of control, the impact of the melting ice is palpable across the country. But what will happen when most

UN ‘highly concerned’ over number of ex-FARC member deaths since peace deal

At least 85 members of Colombia’s FARC rebel group have been killed in the last two years according to the UN, raising concerns over the country’s current peace deal with the left-wing group. Initially launched in a bid to fight the country’s inequality between rural and farming communities, subsequent conflict led to 50 years of

Electric Vehicles Increase In Popularity Across Latin America

In 2010, as many as 64,000 people died in Latin America as a result of exposure to a fine particle matter known as PM 2.5. The air pollutant, which contributes to hazy city-skylines, is a direct result of solid and liquid fuel combustion in activities such as  vehicle use. Nine years later, cities in Latin

86-Year-Old Tackles One Of The Seven Summits

Located in the southern Andes mountain range, Aconcagua is South America’s highest peak and one of the Seven Summits that form the highest mountains in each of the seven continents around the globe. Joining alongside Mount Everest, Denali, Mont Blanc, Elbrus, Kilimanjaro, Vinson and Puncak Jaya, it forms part of a famous bucket list for climbers

Argentina’s Unusual Northern Landscapes Invite The Most Adventurous Travellers

Framed from the west by Chile’s Atacama Desert and above by Bolivia’s vast Uyuni salt flats, Argentina’s north-western province, Jujuy, is a dry and remote area of Argentina that seldom receives much tourism. Despite this, it is home to an unusual mix of cultures, languages and spiritual traditions as well as cacti, vast sandy mountain