The UN and the region’s countries have crafted a blueprint for making their agriculture, food and nutritional security sectors more sustainable.
Water levels in the two artificial lakes that nourish the Panama Canal and supply more than half the country’s households are at historic lows
With 15 minor oil spills every day the ecosystem has been largely damaged by the oil fever and negligence.
The sub-genus Jamesbondia honors the leading US ornithologist James Bond.
Scientific papers suggest even if humanity stop global warming gas emissions, a six meter sea level rise might be inevitable.
The Port States Measures Agreement will come into force on June 5
The project will help to measure the impact of their climate actions while aiming for more transparent and effective climate policies.
Ecosystems, water, biodiversity and Colombian’s health are endangered by the growth of this activity.
877 species were found, 29 of which are endangered in Sierra la Laguna Biosphere Reserve.
The biggest concern of the environmental authorities is that the death of this whale is a consequence of human behavior
Pigeons, African land snails and lionfish are some of the species threating the country.
As Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution, Canada is committed to reducing climate-harming pollutants at home and around the world.
With the ongoing El Niño the country's food security is at risk, meanwhile the the UN World Food Programme promised to help 1 million Haitians in an emergency operation.
2010 BP oil spill is one of the largest environmental tragedies, six years later its consequences continue to surprise us.
San Pedro La Laguna’s market aims to eradicate the use of plastic bags.
The reserve has generally succeeded in providing sustainable livelihoods but deforestation, oil developments and drug trafficking remain a huge problem.
The largest supermarket chain in the country committed to stop selling beef linked to Amazon destruction as a response to consumer demands.
Hot days in development countries are likely to increase.
The bacteria can take CO2 out of the air and convert it into alcohol fuel.
A small, energetic young woman named Africa Berdonces, who rides a beat-up bicycle and often wears flip-flops, has been put in charge of managing the Galápagos Islands, one of the world’s environmental treasures.
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