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Climate Action from Latin America to California

Expert BlogCarolina Herrera
As the Trump Administration has walked back from climate commitments, Latin America has continued to be a region we can look to for positive climate action.

Latin American Women, Powerful Agents Against Climate Change

Expert BlogCarolina Herrera
El rol que las mujeres tienen en sus comunidades las convierte en agentes cruciales para la acción climática. Afortunadamente, este rol ha sido reconocido por varios países Latinoamericanos que lo han integrado en sus instrumentos de política y compromisos climáticos…

Latin America Climate Action Critical After US Paris Retreat

Expert BlogCarolina Herrera
From implementing new financial products to pay for clean technologies, to devising innovative transportation solutions, to working to solve deforestation, Latin America has been on the forefront of climate action.

Standing Together for Clean Energy Action

Expert BlogMitchell Bernard
Este mes, miles de personas participarán, en todo el mundo, en demostraciones denominadas “Break Free” (“Liberarse”) que invitan a políticos y líderes empresariales a hacer todo lo posible para ponerle fin a la dependencia en los combustibles fósiles contaminantes. Ellos…

Robert Redford Calls for Climate Action in United Nations Address

Press ReleaseNew York
NEW YORK (June 29, 2015) – Robert Redford, the noted artist and activist, called for urgent action on climate change in an address to climate ministers at the United Nations today. The event, which included delegates from over 193 member…

Latin American Countries Act to Protect Oceans from Plastics

Expert BlogCarolina Herrera
Approximately 13 million tons of plastic are dumped into the world’s oceans every year, threatening human health, biodiversity and the economy. Fortunately, a number of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean are making progress in tackling plastic pollution.

Revisiting Nahuelbuta (1 of 2)

Expert BlogChileAmanda Maxwell
In honor of this year’s United Nations (UN) International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, environmental anthropologist James J. A. Blair revisits ongoing efforts to restore native forests and protect river ecosystems in the Nahuelbuta Mountains, an integral part of…