Since the 1990’s the rusty patched bumble bee’s population have plunged almost 90%.
The qAIRa project aims to measure pollution in La Oroya one of the most polluted cities in the world and the Madre de Dios region.
These are biodegradable, compostable and recyclable bags made from cassava root and natural resins.
Producers have given the bats a boost by changing the way they harvest blue agave.
The liter can be bought for 14 pesos.
With decomposition lasting as far as 500 years, plastic continues to be all around us.
This campaign aims to end the demand of turtleshell in Latin America.
More than 3,500 people from Córdoba in Colombia will stop cutting down trees and focus on sustainable production and agriculture.
Argentina is the leading agroecological producer in the region and the second in the world after Australia.
Protecting traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples can preserve biodiversity and improve the livelihoods of its people.
No longer bags smaller to 30x30 cm can be used around the country.
Scientists from Australia, Brazil and Spain will use a wireless sensor network to monitor wildlife in the Amazon.
This environmentally friendly and cost effective process prevents plants from diseases.
Even if Obama is leaving office soon he will forever be immortalized in the species scientists have named after him.
‘Deepwater Horizon’ and Leonardo Dicaprio’s ‘Before the Flood’ are among the list.
Cattle ranching, agriculture, mining housing and tourism are among the causes and they could lead to a decrease in productivity and an imbalance in ecosystems.
The world now considers 3.6 million square kilometers of ocean as marine protected areas.
Students from Colombian National University are using tire powder to create insulating construction material.
Pigeons, African land snails and lionfish are some of the species threating the country.
West Antarctica’s ice loss is taking new scales and pace and this satellite record shows it.
With the largest functioning fog collection project opened in Morocco we wanted to show you its origins.
62,500 hectares of forest have been lost in only 4 years.
76 female scientists from all around the world are travelling to Antarctica to battle climate change.
One of Colombia’s largest Natural National Parks is under threat from cattle ranching and illicit crops cultivation.
Have you ever wondered how many food miles does your favorite meal has?
The Colombian primate has survived despite illegal trafficking and habitat loss.
The transport sector is responsible for a quarter of energy related greenhouse gas emissions.
‘Limpiemos Colombia’ first edition results and here’s a project that could benefit from it.
The invasive species brought in the 1940’s has now about 100,000 population and it’s destroying Tierra Fuego National Park.
For every pair of jeans 2,900 gallons of water are used.
Researchers have developed a rewritable paper-like surface that can be printed and erased 40 times without a loss in resolution.
This Sunday people from Colombian major cities be cleaning up their most emblematic places.
San Pedro La Laguna’s market aims to eradicate the use of plastic bags.
Illegal deforestation is rising due to avocado’s international demand and prices.
Plastic residues, debris, wood and tires were recovered from the ocean.
We explore the meaning of being environmentally friendly in the 21st century.
Colombian take on conservation seeks to protect Amazonian biodiversity through indigenous traditions.
Deforestation is linked to the production of vegetable oil, by 2015 we’ll need more than 10 million hectares to produce it.
Average concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere reached new records this year, marking a new era of climate change.
20,000 families could benefit from the clean-up of the Tumaco bay in the Pacific region.