The location of this disaster, Carhuaz, is very close to where one of the most tragic disasters occurred in modern world history. In 1970, a massive earthquake triggered a landslide that killed an estimated 25,000 people who lived in the city of Yungay.
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Posted in Environment, Peruvian News, tagged Carhuaz, climate change, earthquakes, electricity, glaciers, global warming, melting glaciers, Pedro Suarez-Vertiz, Peru, tsunamis, video, water, Yungay on April 13, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Environment, Music, Peruvian Culture, Peruvian News, tagged Amazon Rainforest, Amazonas, Andes Mountains, climate change, Cuando Piensas en Volver, glaciers, global warming, hydroelectric power, lyrics, Music, music videos, musicians, Pedro Suarez-Vertiz, songs, water on January 13, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
One of Peru’s most popular musicians has released an optimistic climate change anthem as the title track of his newest album Amazonas.
While Pedro Suarez-Vertiz has produced numerous hits, he is also well known for writing socially conscious songs. For these reasons, he is a beloved musician and celebrity in Peru. He has also gained an international audience because of songs like “Cuando Piensas en Volver” (When You Think of Returning), an anthem for expatriates who miss their countries.
Click here to read more and watch the video on The Huffington Post.