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Please read the article written by our Chilean Journalist, Fabian Campos (in Spanish). Thank you.
Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve is named one of the 2016 Top 100 Sustainable Destinations in the world by Green Destinations
The Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve was named as one of the Top 100 Sustainable Destination in 2016, and its coordinators will be presented with a certificate at the Green Destinations Day Gala on September 27 in the Slovenian capital city, Ljubljana.
A grant submitted by Dr. Tamara Contador (PI) to Instituto Antarctico Chileno (INACH) was recently funded--
The grant "Dípteros en regiones sub-Antárticas y Antárticas: ¿están listos para los cambios?" (Dipterans in sub-Antarctic and Antarctic regions: are they ready for the changes?) was funded approximately $77,100.00 US.
James H. Kennedy, UNT, and Peter Convey, British Antarctic Institute, served as International Collaborators with Dr. Contador on this grant.
The US Ambassador to Chile recently visited Omora Park. Michael Hammer, the ambassador, along with Dinah Arnett and Kimberly Gillen, met with the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program to discuss the research and future plans of the program. His trip began with his arrival to Puerto Williams on Monday, September 12, in order to partake in a tour at the Omora Ethnobotanical Park. He was met by the group of researchers that work in the Biosphere Reserve of Cape Horn.
Please read the original article written by Fabian Campos in Spanish below.