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How fracking is taking its toll on Argentina's indigenous people

Video Credit: The Guardian Studio - Duration: 05:02s - Published
How fracking is taking its toll on Argentina's indigenous people

How fracking is taking its toll on Argentina's indigenous people

An oil fire burned for more than three weeks next to a freshwater lake in Vaca Muerta, Argentina, one of the world’s largest deposits of shale oil and gas and home to the indigenous Mapuche people.

In collaboration with Forensic Architecture, this video looks at the local Mapuche community’s claim that the oil and gas industry has irreversibly damaged their ancestral homeland, and with it their traditional ways of life.


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An oil fire burned for more than three weeks next to a freshwater lake in Vaca Muerta, Argentina, one of the world’s largest deposits of shale oil and gas and home to the indigenous Mapuche people...

Credit: Guardian     Duration: 05:02Published