[Marxism] The farmers who worry about our phone batteries - BBC News
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Mon Aug 26 07:07:29 MDT 2019
Out of habit, Sara Plaza smiles when her photo is taken, but when she
talks about what has happened to the land around her home, tears start
to run down her face.
"There used to be beautiful lagoons down there, with hundreds of
flamingos," she says. "When they opened their wing, you'd see their
pretty pink and black feathers. Now it's all dry and the birds have gone."
Peine, the dusty village where she lives in northern Chile, sits on a
hillside by the Salar de Atacama, an enormous 3,000 sq km (1,200 sq
mile) salt flat in the driest desert on the planet.
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