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.
In this newsletter we examine how COVID-19 is affecting development and the environment in Central America. We also have updates on the murder of Jehry Rivera, and news of the Rio Coco UNESCO Global Geopark in Nicaragua.
In this newsletter we report on the murder of indigenous land defender Jehry Rivera Rivera in Costa Rica. We also look at the growing risks to water in El Salvador, the repression of rights defenders in Honduras, new partnerships in the region, and report back on the 2019 Latin America Conference.
In this newsletter we celebrate international solidarity against mining, and improving research in to CKDnT. We also examine the risks to the plastic ban in Guatemala posed by the incoming president. And look at the increasing risks to indigenous rights in Panama.
In this newsletter we look at the human costs of U.S. border policy through the work of No Kids in Cages. We provide a roundup of the deteriorating situation in Honduras. And report on the mixed fortunes of Nicaragua’s environmental policies.