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Susanna Mage is a recent graduate from Brown University and is currently interning at Intercambio Climático
Friday, March 08, 2013
Death of Hugo Chávez Gives Venezuela a Choice on Climate Change
Regardless of one's position on el Comandante Hugo Chávez , the death of the Venezuelan president opens the door for a policy debate on a critical issue for Venezuela and the world's security: climate change .