Show us some love

Help others find out about Radio Ambulante. Leave us a review on iTunes

Leave a review

Episode 28

Share on social media: circletwitterbird circlefacebook circlereddit circletumblr

In the Delta

The wetlands of the Tigre delta, in Argentina, form part of one of the most beautiful and delicate ecosystems in the region. However, its proximity to Buenos Aires, just one hour away, means the area also experiences some of the fastest real estate development in the country. Dozens of apartments and luxury condominiums emerge overnight, settling close to humble communities that have lived on the river bank for decades. Can these traditional people coexist peacefully with the newcomers?

You can read a Spanish transcript of the episode, it’s useful if you’re learning the language with this podcast.

Or you can also read an English translation: We want you to fully understand our podcast.

This episode was produced by reporter Gilda Di Carli thanks to a collaboration between Radio Ambulante, CorrectIV, and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism’s Postgraduate Energy and Environment Reporting Project.

Please share this episode with your friends. By doing that you help us grow and allow us to find and tell more stories from all across Latin America.

Comments

Share on social media: circletwitterbird circlefacebook circlereddit circletumblr

In this region water is a luxury for some and a threat to others. Until when?

« Previous post

Boom / Bust

Sinar Alvarado’s family left Valledupar, Colombia in the late 1970s, and moved to the other side of the border, Venezuela. It was …

View Post

Next post »

Earthquake

On Tuesday, September 19, 2017, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake devastated Mexico. At press time, there are reports of 363 deaths and significant damage in …

View Post