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Capacity Building | 24 April 2018

Coordinating the Environmental Justice Network of Bolivia

With the objective of contributing to the defense of a healthy environment, the Environmental Justice Network of Bolivia is a space for more

Coral reefs, Capacity Building, Large Dams | 19 December 2017

When nature is your best client

AIDA’s attorneys both hail from and live in Latin America, fostering a profound respect for the region’s natural environment and those who depend more

Capacity Building, Public Participation | 20 October 2017

After the Mexico City earthquake, a call to create a better city

About a month ago, on September 19, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck near the heart of Mexico City. In the quake’s aftermath, on top of all more

Capacity Building, Oceans | 9 October 2017

Turtles, sharks and tuna: why we’re working to protect our ocean

About a third of the world’s fisheries have crashed, and the rest are in bad shape. It’s a stark reality that affects not just our own food more

Capacity Building, Public Participation | 26 September 2017

Lessons in Strength and Solidarity from the Mexico City Earthquake

Seconds before 1:15 p.m. on September 19, the Earth reminded us just how fragile life is. As soon as we felt the first movement, and the more

Capacity Building, Freshwater Sources | 12 September 2017

Hope for the Ciénaga, seed of Colombia’s magical realism

“We were in the great swamp, the Ciénaga Grande, another of the myths of my childhood.” – Gabriel García Márquez in Living to Tell the Tale, more

Accountability and Transparency, Capacity Building, Climate Change | 1 June 2017

As US withdraws from Paris Climate Agreement, Latin America must step up

Without US participation, other countries must urgently limit greenhouse gas more

Coral reefs, Capacity Building | 29 May 2017

In search of legal protection for Mexico’s reefs

From the coasts of Baja California to the shallows of the Caribbean, Mexico is home to an incredible array of reefs. The coral and rocky reefs more

Capacity Building, Freshwater Sources | 29 March 2017

Costa Rica launches wetlands protection policy

On March 6, Costa Rica’s rivers, lakes, mangroves and other wetlands became better protected when the government launched its first national more

Capacity Building, Human Rights | 24 February 2017

Conserving the Greater Caribbean: A question of human rights

By Marcella Ribeiro Every day, my job reminds me how connected we are to the natural world. I see it while researching an indigenous more