The globe’s southernmost town is hoping to become a hub for biocultural and environmental education.
Lucia Newman, based in Buenos Aires, is Al Jazeera's Latin America editor. She has 25 years of experience in television and journalism. A recipient of... many awards in journalism, in 2001 Lucia picked up the prestigious Edward R Morrow Award for "sustained coverage of Elian Gonzalez", the child at the centre of a heated custody and immigration battle in 2000 involving the Cuban and US governments.
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