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A small community of rural Peruvians gathered in Lima to protest contamination of their natural resources by mining activity.

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For over twenty-two years the community of El Ingenio has lived in the rubble of a “polluted dump.”

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Despite being home to some of the most naturally rich regions on the planet, Ecuador, a nation comprised of tropical islands to the west and the dense Amazonian rainforest to the east, is not immune to human induced ecological destruction.

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Students and professors from the National University of Sula Valley (UNAH-VS), along with government workers, municipal authorities, and environmental organizations, volunteered to plant over 14 acres of trees.

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Colombia’s biodiversity is offering new opportunities for women to overcome the educational, economic, political, and medical inequalities that exist between genders.

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The consumption of grasshoppers, crickets and other insects is good for the environment.

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One of the most environmentally diverse and chaotic regions in the world is becoming even more unpredictable as a result of climate change.

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Although Colombia’s Lake Tota is not deceased yet, it seems to be well on its way.

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Environmental protection has become top priority in Brazil.

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The Argentinian government presented a report outlining the lack of infrastructure and ecological awareness within the management of 100 municipalities.

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