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Points of Progress: Saving the Alpuan Alps, and more

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World-renowned Carrara marble has been mined from the Apuan Alps since Roman times. But globalization of the quarrying industry has led to overexploitation of the mines, which is destroying mountain ecosystems and dampening the local economy. Now, however, the group Salviamo le Alpi Apuane (Save the

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