In newsletter 89 we look at the effect of migration on Panama and Costa Rica. FECON report back on projects funded in Costa Rica. We also investigate the links between mining money and the arrest of Salvadoran water defenders.
In newsletter 87 we examine concepts of sustainability in Panama, we report on the killing of Guapinol activist Oqueli Dominguez. We examine how Costa Rica seeks to combat environmental crime, and we report back on our virtual tour of Tobacco Caye in Belize.
In newsletter 87 we examine how ferro-nickel and iron ore mines have led to persecution and assassinations in Guatemala and Honduras. We also look at plans to develop new ports across the region, and report on El Salvador’s mega prison.
In newsletter 86 we examine agroecology and food sovereignty. We look at energy programmes across Central America. And we report on the El Sueño Existe festival, and ENCA’s support of Lake Atitlán communities.
In newsletter 85 we provide a round up of environmental stories from Costa Rica, we look at the fate of hydroelectric projects in the region. We also examine the state of plastics in Central America, and assess if Bukele’s bitcoin gamble has paid off.
In newsletter 84 we celebrate the release of the Guapinol 8. We also look back on 75 years of SITRABI, examine protests against palm oil in Guatemala, and report back from the Latin America Conference 2021.
In this newsletter we look at how Maya communities are fighting back against land grabs in Belize. We share analysis of Paul Oquist’s comments ahead of COP 26. And alongside many other articles, we report on Panama’s recognition of indigenous peoples as guardians of the environment.