The citizens of the South American countries are making their voices heard
Former United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres explained how the year 2020 will be crucial for the battle against climate change
These three Latin-American nations are paving the way for a better world
Modification in precipitation patterns, deglaciation processes, and rising sea levels are some of the reasons why large urban centers represent great vulnerability
The increase of hydropower plants in the Amazon could harm the world’s biggest rainforest
The European country has stated that they will cut their financial aid to zero if Brazil does not reduce deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.
The South American country will soon present a bill to support its commitment to the COP21
The recent BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2017 had a surprising statement to make
The carbon footprint of these automobiles is far from being nonexistent
The scientific community claims that two thirds of the mammal’s will disappear by 2050
There are many ways you can start a more environmental-friendly life and one of the most effective is to recycle
Rising temperatures threatens to unleash a humanitarian crisis according to various sources
Nicaragua, Syria, and now the United States are the only three countries to refuse to be part of the Paris Agreement
The South American country is considering becoming dependent only on renewable energy.
Plastic is a material that is commonly found in almost every item and it’s contaminating our environment
Wondering where to throw away that old phone or drained batteries that are kept in a forgotten drawer in your house?
The cities of Puno and Juliaca are known for their illegal wildlife trade and it’s alarming environmental authorities
Latin America’s wind power market is changing with new players emerging, according to recent analysis.
In 2017, Latin America has been making headlines for its constant pollution alerts and it’s now raising concerns.
Each year, the news reminds us of the environmental damage humans are constantly making but, fortunately, not everything’s bad news.
Are the low number of pink river dolphins an indicator of threats for the whole Amazon region?
'Narco-deforestation' has boomed in the region as the trade has been pushed out of Mexico and the Caribbean.