Protecting traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples can preserve biodiversity and improve the livelihoods of its people.
Jimmy Morales, el cómico que se convirtió en presidente de Guatemala y se quedó sin guion. El fracaso de la política le abre la puerta al populismo, pero con promesas de campaña no se desmantelan redes de funcionarios corruptos
After going three years without emitting bonds, the Central American state hopes to find some breathing room by putting some up for sale.
El País garantizará la supervivencia del quetzal, cuidando sus espacios de anidación y migración.
With an ancestral ceremony, a hundred people joined in Guatemala to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the signing of peace, in a Mayan ritual in which they called for a firm and lasting peace.
The reserve has generally succeeded in providing sustainable livelihoods but deforestation, oil developments and drug trafficking remain a huge problem.
San Pedro La Laguna’s market aims to eradicate the use of plastic bags.
Better education, healthcare, and infrastructure are some of the major improvements benefiting almost 10,000 inhabitants of Guatemala.
A primera vista hay un paralelismo sorprendente entre las victorias del presidente Morales y del presidente Trump que podría parecer una simple coincidencia.
Beneath Guatemala’s modern capital lies the record of the rise and fall of an ancient city. Built alongside an ancient lake, Kaminaljuyú was once the most populous Maya city in the southern highlands.
More than 300 vintage and classic vehicles of different makes, models and countries of manufacture dating from 1901 to 1980 will be exhibited this coming weekend in Guatemala during the 10th “El Rock de los Carros” festival.
In the late decade, Guatemala has found in musical production an important leap for the country’s development.
How are the conditions in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador affecting the economy of the region?
In the summer of 2014, 70,000 unaccompanied minors (UACs) from the Northern Triangle – consisting of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador – crossed the U.S.-Mexico border
Over 120 million people in more than 70 countries depend on the coffee economy but climate change is halving its production.