Meet Ecuador’s water protectors » Authorities of Azuay province gathered in the mountains on October 22 to declaring the province’s moor ecosystems “mining-free territories.” (WNV / Pablo Orellana)

Authorities of Azuay province gathered in the mountains on October 22 to declaring the province’s moor ecosystems “mining-free territories.” (WNV / Pablo Orellana)

Authorities of Azuay province gathered in the mountains on October 22 to declaring the province’s moor ecosystems “mining-free territories.” (WNV / Pablo Orellana)

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