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The Austral Macrozone is a third of Chile's surface, it has a high scientific potential with national and global impact, it fulfills a strategic role to face the Climate Crisis and it has global comparative advantages (Ice Fields, Antarctica, subantarctic and pristine territory); however, it is one of the few geographical areas on the planet that is digitally disconnected, without being possible to carry out data traffic with the necessary speed.

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Supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the world’s shared plan to end extreme poverty, reduce inequality, and protect the planet by 2030, is a main motivation behind a new collaboration spanning across the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean. Three African regional research and education networks, and two Latin American counterparts have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The overall idea is for the two continents to ramp up their activities in open science.