Plastic pollution in the ocean is a severe problem for Chile. Meet César Salazar, Associate Professor at Universidad del Bio-Bio, Chile, and a senior researcher at EfD Chile. He has been part of a
Professor Marcela Jaime Torres grew up in Colombia but was drawn to Chile by a prestigious Master's program in environmental and natural resource economics offered by the University of Concepción
Closing ceremony with principals, teachers and the regional representative of the Ministry of Environment in the Bio-Bio Region.
The project focused on evaluating the direct and indirect effects of an educational program on students’ and parents’ knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) regarding consumption and disposal of
The high cost of starting up seaweed cultivation projects along the Chilean coastline is the main hurdle to the aquaculture industry restoring areas where this key marine resource has been heavily
A task team of international and local fisheries experts, including an EfD researcher, recently assisted the Chilean government with an extensive review of a new fisheries law, in a bid to help the
Air pollution caused by wood-burning in homes for cooking and heating purposes is one of the most important environmental problems in Chile, affecting thousands of families and causing early mortality
“We make the connection between the fishers’ living conditions and the fish stock’s status.” The newest EfD Center is not a newcomer to influencing fisheries policy. The Research Nucleus on