The liter can be bought for 14 pesos.
Understand why the FAO supports this unconventional idea as means to protect the environment and end hunger
There are many ways you can start a more environmental-friendly life and one of the most effective is to recycle
The 10th Earth Hour, celebrated on 19 March, had a record participation of 178 countries, over 6,600 events registered in digital maps and lights out at over 400 iconic landmarks.
According to United Nations these problematics represent an irreparable damage to the planet
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.
The president of the United States decided to withdraw the nation from the Paris Agreement (PA) after claiming it to be unfair and not aligned with what is best for the “US business, citizens, and tax payers”
Research from the University of Minnesota suggest that plants produce 30% more carbon dioxide than what was previously thought
The citizens of the South American countries are making their voices heard
Many species of bees, and other creatures vital to agricultural pollination are threatened with extinction, posing risks to major world crops and global biodiversity, In Latam "El Niño" has caused the death or displacement of millions of bees
The seventh art goes environmental with the first cinema fed by solar energy in Latin America.
Plastic-eating caterpillars might be the key to end with plastic pollution in a world that produces about 80 million tons each year.
To fight the risk of extinction, scientists are using cutting-edge technology to safe coral reef ecosystems.
Besides global warming increasing hurricane intensity, its impact on coral reefs is making this natural wave barrier more fragile.
The world’s largest copper producer has struggled to keep up previous levels of extraction and this will inevitably restrict the growth of the sustainable energy sector.
The South American country is not considering integrating itself into the group that would stop using coal by 2030
The South American country will soon present a bill to support its commitment to the COP21
This Sunday people from Colombian major cities be cleaning up their most emblematic places.
Located in the Mesa and Tena municipalities this is the country’s 22nd botanical garden which will boost research and conservation in the region.
It is the first Latin American country to publish a diagnosis on its environmental market.
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