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Climate Change, Public Participation | 4 August 2015

God is an Environmentalist. Are You?

God is with us in the fight to defend the environment. He is the first environmentalist. In his encyclical Laudato Si , also known as more

Accountability and Transparency, Climate Change, Toxic Pollution | 15 July 2015

New Zealand sets shameful emission-reduction target, completely ignores public consultation

By Natalie Jones Natalie is a legal intern on the Climate Change team at AIDA, based in Mexico City. She is a delegate to COP21 with the New more

Climate Change, Public Participation | 7 July 2015

Two Texts That Will Reconnect You With the Earth

There are two texts you should read because you live on this planet, two texts that will reconnect you with the Earth. You should read them more

Accountability and Transparency, Capacity Building, Climate Change | 10 June 2015

Closing Statement by NGOs at Ramsar COP12

Presented by Rafaela Nicola, World Wetland Network Committee’s Neo-Tropics delegate We would like to thank the Secretary General and the Parties more

Accountability and Transparency, Capacity Building, Climate Change | 3 June 2015

Statement by NGOs at Ramsar COP12

By World Wetland Network The non-government NGO sector and civil society greatly appreciates this opportunity to address the 12th Conference more

Accountability and Transparency, Capacity Building, Climate Change | 28 May 2015

AIDA Attends Ramsar COP for Wetlands Conservation

In regions across the Americas, water is becoming an increasingly scarce resource. Baja California and other parts of Mexico are experiencing more

Climate Change | 5 May 2015

Civil Society Organizations Call for an End to Inhumane and Environmentally Damaging Aerial Spraying Program in Colombia

Colombia’s Minister of Health on April 27, 2015 recommended that his nation’s counternarcotics agency immediately suspend the use of aerial more

Climate Change, Freshwater Sources, Mining | 23 March 2015

Toward a law to protect glaciers and water in Chile

More than 70 percent of the world’s fresh water is frozen in glaciers, [1] making these giants the most important freshwater reserves on the more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Large Dams | 24 February 2015

Four Recommendations for the Summit of the Americas

Inequality has increased in the last decades in Latin America, and this clearly is an obstacle for democracy. Latin America remains the region more

Climate Change, Human Rights | 26 January 2015

Human rights in the new climate agreement: Tomorrow will be too late

Observing the UN Climate Negotiations is like entering another world. Governments, organizations and individuals advance their agendas, and all more


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