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?
In 2017, Latin America has been making headlines for its constant pollution alerts and it’s now raising concerns.
The UN launched an unprecedented global campaign against ocean plastic as more than 8 million tons of plastic leak into the ocean each year.
Mexican study published in Scientific Reports found little evidence that these type of measures improve air quality.
Personal care products directly affect coral reef’s degradation, but this Mexican couple is already doing something about it.
With decomposition lasting as far as 500 years, plastic continues to be all around us.
Students from Colombian National University are using tire powder to create insulating construction material.
‘Limpiemos Colombia’ first edition results and here’s a project that could benefit from it.
Plastic residues, debris, wood and tires were recovered from the ocean.
20,000 families could benefit from the clean-up of the Tumaco bay in the Pacific region.
Authorities are investigating the disaster in the Coata River, a tributary of Lake Titicaca.
The UN World Health Organization says 6.5 million people die annually from air pollution, with nearly 90% of them occurring in low and middle-income countries.
Rio failed to meet environmental sanitation targets in it's beaches, rivers, lakes and lagoons.
With pollution levels at its highest the Ministry of Environment announced plans to reforest the area and fight pollution.
Being the source of water for more than 10 million people its conservation and cleaning is a national matter.
Authorities are trying to reduce pollution in the capital but confused policy-making and rising car ownership are reducing the city to poisonous gridlock