A battle for life in Argentinean Patagonia

Fracking field with lake behind. In Northern Patagonia, nature fights for space with the fossil fuels industry. Photo credit: Débora Gastal / 350.org
Aerial photo of Vaca Muerta, showing the many roads and fracking wells that snip the region. Photo credit: Marcel Ricardo Ribeiro/ COESUS Latinoamérica
Few meters separe the fracking drilling site from an apple’s plantation in Allen. Photo credit: Débora Gastal / 350.org
In Añelo’s unpaved roads, its easier to find wholes than people. Photo credit: Marcel Ricardo Ribeiro / COESUS Latinoamerica

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350 is a global org that's inspiring the world to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis. This blog is a look behind the scenes at how we do that.

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