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PROTECTING OUR RIGHT TO A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT. AIDA is the only regional organization of environmental legal experts who are both from and in Latin America. We use  the power of international law to create sustainable solutions throughout the region.

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Blog | 13 September 2023

Session 1 of the 2023 GCF Watch International Webinar Series

We will talk about the Updated Strategic Plan, the second replenishment process, the GCF Watch Platform, and the work of the civil society observer network which follows on the GCF.Read More

Desertic landscape in La Guajira, Colombia.

Blog | 12 September 2023

Expanding coal mining in Colombia contravenes a just energy transition

Combating and addressing the climate crisis requires progress in replacing fossil fuels, as well as slowing down the expansion of their extraction and exploitation.Read More

Press Releases | 31 August 2023

Report reveals shocking rights violations by Canadian corporations in Latin America

Compiled through the collaboration of over 50 civil society organizations, the report implicates 37 Canadian projects across nine countries in the region.Read More

Blog | 28 August 2023

Voices seeking justice for the community of La Oroya

The situation of the community of La Oroya in Peru, affected by decades of toxic pollution and the lack of effective government action to combat it, is not an exception in Latin America.Read More

Woman and horse in the mountains of Peru

Blog | 25 August 2023

Climate finance and a gender perspective: two concepts that must be intertwined

Including a gender perspective in climate action is therefore both fair and desirable for more effective and beneficial outcomes. If they are excluded, women lose, and we all lose.Read More

Amazon landscape in Yasuní National Park, Ecuador

Press Releases | 14 August 2023

Protecting Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park can bolster the global just energy transition

What the people of Ecuador decide in an August 20 referendum has the potential to slow oil exploitation in the Amazon and to generate a transformative impact at the national and international levels.Read More

When the violation of the rights of Amazonian peoples in Brazil receives no response nationally, these communities find in AIDA a voice in the Americas.

Felicio Pontes, Attorney, Federal Public Ministry, Brazil

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