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Climate Change, Human Rights | 4 November 2016

The fight against climate change: Time to turn promises into action

The Paris Agreement on climate change entered into force today. Nations must now implement the commitments that made this global consensus possible,...read more

Climate Change | 5 October 2016

New study confirms large dams to be a principle source of greenhouse gas emissions

Researchers from the Washington State University found that the world’s reservoirs generate 1.3 percent of all greenhouse gases produced by humankind.read more

Climate Change, Public Participation | 22 August 2016

The Olympics and the Record We Mustn't Break

By Florencia Ortúzar Greene, AIDA attorney The 2016 Río Olympics have come to an end. Over the last few weeks, the world has once again borne witness...read more

Climate Change, Freshwater Sources | 19 July 2016

Six Colombian Wetlands of Global Importance

Colombia is blessed with sweeping mountaintops, rich jungles, and rivers that curve through the heart of it all. The country has three mountain...read more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Toxic Pollution | 30 May 2016

Mexico City: Air Pollution Points to Climate Solutions

By Laura Yaniz, AIDA social media manager (originally published in Animal Político ) Smog causes continuous environmental alerts in Mexico City. But...read more

Climate Change, Indigenous Rights, Large Dams | 10 May 2016

Marcelina, the voice of the San Pedro Mezquital

At 57 years old, Marcelina López has a very active life. She sews her own clothes, makes beautiful jewelry, raises chickens, sells eggs, cooks, is a...read more

Climate Change, Human Rights | 22 April 2016

AIDA statement on the signing of the Paris Accord

AIDA celebrates the first step toward the construction of a new planet.read more

Climate Change | 30 March 2016

Controlling Short-Lived Climate Pollutants: An opportunity to better air quality and mitigate climate change

The report (in Spanish) and its executive summary (available in English) review the institutional, legislative, and regulatory frameworks, as well as...read more

Climate Change, Human Rights | 14 March 2016

Remembering Berta Cáceres before the Green Climate Fund

On March 3, Berta Cáceres, an indigenous rights defender in Honduras, was assassinated. As a leader of COPINH , Berta was fighting against the...read more

Climate Change | 8 March 2016

Facts on Financing the Climate Fight

The impacts of climate change are already being felt by many millions of people and communities around the world – but the burden weighs most heavily...read more

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