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The Bolivian government is planning to build an environmentally friendly road in order to develop the Isiboro Sécure National Park and Indigenous Territory (TIPNIS).

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Up to 76% of electricity used by the Chilean metro system to operate its lines will begin to use “non-conventional” methods of renewable energy as early as 2018.

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The village of Puerto Claver, El Catre, an Afro community in Colombia, is committed to reforesting one of the worst areas degraded by extensive gold mining.

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More than 25,000 scientific reports presented a worldwide show that the massive installation of telephone and Wi-Fi antennas could cause damage to human and environmental health.

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A Colombian foundation, Fundación Mamona, is working to protect the planet and mitigate the effects of climate change.

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A request has been sent to the minister of planning from the environmental minister, Sarney Filho, in regards to the financial funding of Brazil’s forests.

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The Nicaraguan authorities of the Territorial Government Rama and Kriol issued a statement denouncing the existence of a cattle ranch of more than two thousand manzanas (nearly 5,000 acres) within the Indio Maíz Biological Reserve.

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Every year, Earth Overshoot Day marks the date when humans use up the sustainable allotment of the planet’s natural resources for a one-year period.

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This week marks the official start of a long anticipated sanitation project in two highly polluted rivers in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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In order to combat climate change, Latin America must promote public-private partnerships.

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