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Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, Public Participation | 21 August 2017

Berta lives: Keeping the struggle alive, despite the risks

Environmental activists in Honduras are still fighting the dam, but the Central American Bank for Economic Integration has yet to pull its financial support for the project.read more

Freshwater Sources, Mining, Public Participation | 19 May 2017

Remembering Robert Moran

A distinguished hydrogeologist who was an immense resource in furthering environmental protection globally and a dedicated partner to AIDA.read more

Public Participation | 10 May 2017

Love for my daughter and the planet

It’s important to think about what kind of world we want our kids to live in right now.read more

Mining, Public Participation | 28 April 2017

Victory in Colombia: Citizens Vote to Ban Mining in their Territory

On March 26, 2017, 98% of voters in Cajamarca, Colombia decisively rejected mining in their territory.read more

Human Rights, Public Participation | 29 March 2017

My time before the region's leading court on human rights

We had been invited by the Court to comment on the consultative opinion raised by Colombian government on the link between environmental degradation and human rights.read more

Oceans, Public Participation | 27 September 2016

Celebrating hope for oceans

By Gladys Martínez This month I’m celebrating my tenth anniversary with AIDA. For a decade now, I’ve been working for environmental justice and...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

Public Participation | 19 June 2016

The love of nature, a lesson from father to daughter

By Aida Navarro, AIDA Communications and Human Resources Advisor On Father’s Day, I’d like to share the vision that my daughter Constanza has of her...read more

Freshwater Sources, Public Participation | 22 February 2016

The Invaluable Legacy of Douglas Tompkins

By Florencia Ortúzar, AIDA attorney On December 8 th , one of the last pristine places on the planet, Patagonia, lost one of its greatest protectors...read more

Coral reefs, Public Participation | 26 January 2016

Coral Reefs and the Unintended Impacts of Tourism

By Camila Cossio, former AIDA intern During my internship in AIDA’s San Jose office, I met up one day with a friend from the States for lunch. She...read more

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