Why the climate v development finance fight must stop

Tacking global warming and ensuring millions gain access to clean water, food and energy should not be tackled separately – they’re...
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5 Keys for Sustainability in the Guyana Shield

The Guyana Shield geological formation, one of the world´s most biodiverse regions, encompasses parts of Venezuela and Brazil, as well...
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Life on the farm: More than a food supplier

Every day, agricultural products wind up on tables and counters in Brazilian kitchens and living rooms.  There are fruits, vegetables...
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Four Natural Treasures in Latin America and the Caribbean that Need Your Help!

  Hidden in the rainforests, deserts, and mountains of Latin America and the Caribbean lay the keys to reversing the impact of...
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Smart infrastructure is the key to sustainable development

Moving towards low-carbon, climate-resilient transport and infrastructure is the best route to reducing poverty worldwide Will 2015 be...
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Schools Wanted in the Fight for Biodiversity!

“No man is an island entire of itself…”  We’ve all heard this poem before. True enough, none of us are as independent as we think. ...
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EARTH DAY REFLECTIONS: “GETTING BIG STUFF DONE” ON OUR CSR JOURNEY

This year’s Earth Day tagline grabbed my attention: “Let’s get really big stuff done for our planet.” It got me thinking how much the...
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What do snail soup and climate change have in common?

¿Who would have thought that INDC, NAP, BUR, REDD+, PPCR, FIP, GCF are the perfect ingredients to make a soup?  Some of you may not...
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Natural Capital: Climate Change´s first line of defense

Last December, negotiators from nearly 200 countries gathered in Paris and reached the world´s most significant agreement to address...
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7 key points about the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement is expected to come into force from 2020 (and will replace the Kyoto Protocol).  I would like to highlight seven...
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Translating Climate Change into music: the Caribbean way

“One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain. So hit me with music, hit me with music…”” goes the song by Jamaican reggae...
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Is Climate Change part of a Political agenda?

Climate Change was a central topic in President Obama´s recent State of the Union. In harbinger fashion, Obama’s SOTU gave a wealth of...
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¿Los estacionamientos deberían ser gratuitos?

¿Cuántas veces hemos pensando mientras íbamos manejando que queríamos encontrar estacionamiento gratuito? Probablemente muchas,...
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Los Millennials se están haciendo cargo del futuro del planeta

Los Millennials –los nacidos entre los años 1980 y 2000– no conciben un mundo despojado de los últimos adelantos tecnológicos, e...
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¿Cómo se relacionan la recaída en la pobreza y cambio climático?

El 14 de Junio de 2016, el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) lanzó el Informe Regional sobre Desarrollo Humano...
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El clima está loco

Cuántas veces hemos escuchado decir que “el clima está loco” o “antes no hacía tanto calor en verano” o “no llovía como llueve ahora”....
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