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THE ANDES MOUNTAINS
A Healer's Last Journey: Documenting Endangered Knowledge in the Colombian Andes
Megan Taylor Morrison
After 80 years studying the medicinal plants of the páramo -- an endangered alpine tundra ecosystem -- Mama Margarita says today may be her last time making the eight-hour, round-trip hike into the Andes.
Hope for the Holidays: Still "Alive" 40 Years Later
Best-selling author and survivor of the 1972 plane crash in th...
When I was at the top of an 18,000-foot peak with Roberto Canessa, looking at the vast scenery of snowy peaks surrounding us, we knew we were going to die. There was absolutely no way out.
Bolivian Villagers Want Compensation For Melting Glaciers
Peruvian Rock Star Releases Climate Change Themed Song and Video
Conservation & Natural Resource Management Professional | ...
One of Peru's most popular musicians has released an optimistic climate change anthem as the title track of his latest album
Raising Money for Leukemia, One Mountain at a Time
Bestselling Author of "The Road to Social Media Success", Keyn...
On January 16, Paul Steele embarks on his most ambitious endeavor to date: climbing Mount Aconcagua to raise money for The Anthony Nolan Trust, a UK charity focusing on leukemia and bone marrow transplantation.
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