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Environmental Issues

  • First Steps Toward Sustainable Food Patagonia provisions presents 'Unbroken Ground', a short movie discussing old and new solutions for more sustainable agriculture, farming, breeding, and fishing. We are glad to see that someone is finally up to the challenge and supporting the revolution.
    Posted Aug 7, 2016, 10:53 AM by GoOut Project
  • Patagonia's Down Traceability In recent years, there has been a constantly increasing request from consumers, especially in the food industry, to be able to “trace” the origin of raw materials and products. In the food industry, the traceability indicates the ability to trace the entire path of a food product, or of its components, through all stages of production, processing and distribution. This allows the authorities to control that everything happens according to the law and, most importantly, it provides consumers with important information enabling them to actually know and choose what they buy and consume. Whether for the purpose of checking food quality and health, or for environmental or for ethical issues, traceability is an extremely useful tool for consumers and it ...
    Posted Apr 1, 2014, 1:07 PM by GoOut Project
  • Donation of Estancia El Rincon Conservacion Patagonica donated Estancia El Rincon to the national parks system of Argentina.  In the northwest area of the Santa Cruz Province, the 150-square-km El Rincon will expand Perito Moreno National Park. El Rincon encompasses the Lácteo River Valley, which provides access to the dramatic and still-unclimbed south face of San Lorenzo, Patagonia’s second-highest peak. The expansion of Perito Moreno National Park follows in the footsteps of Conservacion Patagonica’s donation of the 630-square-km Estancia Monte Leon to Argentine National Parks to establish Monte Leon National Park, as well as the Conservation Land Trust’s contribution of private lands to create Corcovado National Park in Chile. This donation today represents a key milestone ...
    Posted May 25, 2013, 3:39 AM by GoOut Project
  • Surfing For Change: Travel Guide To Nicaragua Kyle Thiermann teams up with international NGO’s to document new models of sustainable development. “SURFING FOR CHANGE: TRAVEL GUIDE TO NICARAGUA,” is a short film, that illustrates the role that surf tourists can play in preventing the damaging effects that surf tourism booms can have on developing communities. This documentary highlights a group of young surfers and volunteers from Project Wave of Optimism (WOO), a non-profit organization, who is working with Nicaraguans to create a new, replicable model of surf-tourism in Gigante, Nicaragua. About the Film: “SURFING FOR CHANGE: TRAVEL GUIDE TO NICARAGUA” is Creator and Host Kyle Thiermann’s sixth film in the "Surfing for Change” series. Join Thiermann as he takes viewers to the fishing ...
    Posted May 25, 2013, 3:15 AM by GoOut Project
  • Your daily decisions may have great impact! Kyle Thiermann (from Santa Cruz, California) is a pro surfer, an engaged activist, as well as a talented speaker. He has combined surfing great waves around the world with making short films about several current environmental and development issues, especially in developing countries. In this talk, Kyle focuses on the power that each individual has to create a better world through their own everyday actions. www.surfingforchange.com
    Posted May 25, 2013, 2:28 AM by Italo Balestra
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