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The Peruvian Coast: a clash of extremes

Just a few hours south of Peru’s capital, one of the Earth’s driest deserts collides with its most productive ocean. This region is important to the people of Peru and the world, who benefit from its seafood, tourism activities and job opportunities—all which rely on nature. Will we fight to protect this region as threats to its natural resources intensify?

  • Date: August 19, 2015
  • Author: Day's Edge Productions / WWF-US