British Ambassador Emphasizes Collaboration Between Chile and the United Kingdom | Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program

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December 18, 2018

British Ambassador Emphasizes Collaboration Between Chile and the United Kingdom

Jaime Bowden, the British ambassador in Chile visited Puerto Williams recently to strengthen and formalize collaborative development of programs related to sustainable tourism, education, and the protection of the environment. Ambassador Bowden toured the facilities of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, including the site of the upcoming Cape Horn Center. The visit by the ambassador to the regions of Magallanes, and importantly, to the Chilean Antarctic Province, are part of a broader program launched by the British embassy to encourage meetings with the leaders of all of the regions of Chile in order to futher academic and scientific collaboration.

Read the full article (in Spanish) here.