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Fishy farming?

Algal bloom kills thousands of metric tons of fish in Chilean farms.

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This Week

Volume 2 – Issue 18

Editor’s note

Dear Members, This week we're pleased to launch our new section, Talks, a dedicated space to feature some...

RUNASUR

Evo Morales seeks to co-ordinate social movements across Latin America.

Labour recovery

Several LatAm countries show job growth but the informal sector dominates.

Interview: Andrés Sarmiento

Discussing the future of Colombia's natural gas industry.

Fishy farming?

Algal bloom kills thousands of metric tons of fish in Chilean farms.

Quality vs quantity

LatAm consumers are torn between fast fashion and sustainability.

Health inquiry

Bolsonaro faces inquiry into his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.