Hernán Crespo

Hernán Crespo

Madrid, Spain


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Hernán Crespo

Hernán Crespo is an award winning filmmaker, writer and journalist with a background in global affairs and inclination towards humanitarian issues, geopolitics, environment, international trade and armed conflicts.

Graduate degrees in both Political Science and International Relations.

Currently based in Spain.

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Climate Scientist (Report for UNTV)


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Water Shortage (Report for UNTV)


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Family (Report for UNTV)


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Abandoned Winery (Report for UNTV)


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Argentina: Home of Malbec Wines United Nations - Famous for its Malbec wines, Argentina is bringing various blends to tables around the world. But climate change is threatening the sustainability of the wine making industry forcing vineyard owners to adjust their production techniques to mitigate the effects a changing climate may have on Malbec wines in Mendoza province.


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Argentina: The Nuclear Solution On Cancer United Nations - More than 12 million people globally are diagnosed with cancer each year. But what used to be a death-sentence now needn’t be. In Argentina, cutting-edge technology is offering new hope.


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Argentina: The Woman Winemaker United Nations - Famous for its Malbec wines, Argentina is bringing various blends to tables around the world.


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Still of the documentary 'Confines: The Crossing of the Pacific'.


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Stories

  • Trump resistance groups continue to form across Europe

    Madrid, Spain Politics, Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    From Madrid to Warsaw, expatriates from the United States together with concerned Europeans organize to oppose the 45th American President thousands of kilometers from the White House. Learning lessons from the Tea Party and their actions against the government of Barrack Obama, these grassroots... Read more

  • Asylum seekers test the 'walls' of Spain's enclaves in Northern Africa

    Madrid, Spain Politics, Current Affairs March 31 @ 12:00am

    Completely surrounded by Moroccan territory, the enclaves of Melilla and Ceuta are the only two permanently inhabited Spanish cities in mainland Africa. Both territories have attracted, in the past years, both illegal immigrants and asylum seekers from African countries looking for an entry to the... Read more

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