Jimmy Langman is a journalist based in Chile who works for a variety of international media. He is a former correspondent for Newsweek and several newspapers in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. He is also editor of Patagon Journal, a magazine about Patagonia and the world's last wild places.
A story about the controversy over the continuing construction of large dams in the developing world with a special focus on Chile's conflict over Patagonian dams.
A report from Valdivia, Chile, filed the same day the massive, 8.8 earthquake struck Chile, including bits of history about the world's most powerful earthquake that hit this same city in 1960 based on earlier reporting I did for National Geographic en Espanol.
After quickly traveling to the earthquake disaster zone immediately after the 8.8 earthquake struck central Chile, I wrote this news feature on the scene, with an especially tight news deadline, on assignment for The Independent (UK). I also filed several other earthquake stories for Global Post, Toronto Globe and Mail, and Miami Herald.
An interview with Chile's president about earthquake recovery efforts, the economy, the U.S. and other topics on assignment for Newsweek.
Co-producer, script writer, reporter and narrator for this short video for Global Post about sustainable architecture trends in Chile.