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Barrick Ranked Among Top 30 in Fight Against Climate Change in Chile

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Barrick's $70 million wind farm project in Chile has been recognized as one of the best projects to fight climate change in the country.

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Barrick's $70 million wind farm project in Chile has been recognized as one of the best projects to fight climate change in the country.

The World Environment Center and U.S. Department of State Launch Cleaner Production Partnership in Chile

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Santiago, Chile, May 5, 2011 – The World Environment Center (WEC) today launches an innovative project to expand the sustainable development commitments of Chilean businesses by reducing energy and water consumption, minimizing waste and raw material usage and lowering operating costs. WEC is partnering with Chileoliva, the national industry association for the country’s olive and olive oil-producing sector to improve the industry’s overall environmental performance. The partnership is funded by the United States Department of State through its “Cleaner Production Private

White House Announces New World Environment Center Initiative in Chile

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) March 22, 2011 - The World Environment Center (WEC), a global non-governmental organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., applauds President Obama’s successful visit to advance the U.S.-Chile bilateral relationship and expand efforts to promote more sustainable economic development.  The U.S.

Feeding Hope in Chile - Sodexo Donates Food & Resources to Feed Chile Miner Rescue Workers

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A few days after the mine accident in Chile, which trapped 33 men 2000 feet below the earth, our Sodexo Chile team mobilized all its capabilities and experience to deliver a requirement of every rescue worker – food.

UPS Moves a Mountain of Machinery for Trapped Chilean Miners

by Shawn Butler
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UPS arranged for the transport of special new drilling equipment to Copiapo, Chile,  four drills that may allow the miners to be freed in 60 days – half the time than originally projected.

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UPS arranged for the transport of special new drilling equipment to Copiapo, Chile,  four drills that may allow the miners to be freed in 60 days – half the time than originally projected.

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