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Climate Change, Human Rights, Toxic Pollution | 21 July 2023

When the energy transition isn’t just: The case of Quintero and Puchuncaví in Chile

This region deserves the opportunity to shine again and to reach its full potential as a colorful coastal town and seaside resort with an identity rooted in agriculture, tourism and artisanal more

Human Rights | 20 July 2023

Right to a healthy environment global coalition wins UN Human Rights Prize

First and foremost, the award highlights the importance of collaborating to advance the much-needed protection of our planet and fulfillment of human more

Capacity Building, Climate Change, Human Rights | 18 July 2023

Session 3 of the AIDA’s 25th Anniversary Webinar Series

We discussed the path towards a just energy transition and climate justice. We explored what both concepts mean, what is needed to achieve them, and the tools and successes at our more

Climate Change, Human Rights | 29 June 2023

Climate finance: Questions and answers

Climate finance is a complicated topic, and so we offer you a glimpse of the more

Climate Change, Human Rights | 15 June 2023

The dilemmas of a just energy transition

A valuable starting point is that everything that is carried out in favor of the energy transition must have a strong and decisive focus on the environment, human rights and more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Oceans, Public Participation, Toxic Pollution | 31 May 2023

Offshore drilling: Resisting a growing threat in Latin America

There are cases in the region that demonstrate a growing collective resistance to the blind advance of offshore drilling more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Mining, Toxic Pollution | 19 April 2023

Latin America's role in coal extraction and use

Analysis of the coal situation in Latin America -and the region's role in the much needed decarbonization- based on the cases of Chile, Colombia and more

Climate Change, Freshwater Sources, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights | 13 April 2023

What happened at the World Water Conference 2023?

A review of the progress, inspiration, pending issues and future prospects following the global meeting at which the Water Action Agenda was more

Climate Change, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights | 27 March 2023

Strategic litigation and its role in the pursuit of justice

It is strategic because, based on a legal cause, it seeks to change unjust realities and position issues that are key to the formation of a democratic more

Capacity Building, Human Rights | 14 March 2023

Session 1 of the AIDA’s 25th Anniversary Webinar Series

Introspection of our origins, victories, growth, and vision for the future, and a discussion on the progress, lessons learned, and challenges of protecting the human right to a healthy more


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