I was startled to discover that Mexican officials frequently treat water distribution and treatment not as public services but as political favors.
First Legally-Binding Pact to Protect Nature Activists Is Signed by Latin American and Caribbean States
Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís labelled the pact as “crucial for the very survival of our species.”
It exposed the vulnerabilities created by ubiquitous socioeconomic inequality and the differential neglect of the island’s rural regions.
California, the self-proclaimed leader of the resistance on climate change action and emissions reductions, is about to steamroll over black, brown, and other communities of color with plans to expand a massive freeway in Southern California.
Equipment provided by Sunnova, with 62% of the residential renewable energy market in Puerto Rico, stopped generating power, while Casa Pueblo organization was one of the few that succeeded.
Los equipos de la empresa Sunnova, que acapara el 62% del mercado renovable residencial, dejaron de generar luz, mientras la organización Casa Pueblo fue de las pocas que demostró con éxito cómo adaptarse a los efectos del calentamiento global.
Starting today, you can tell Trump exactly what you think of his plan to put corporate profits above our health, safety, jobs, and way of life.
“Entonces, nosotros, como nacionalidades, como pueblos, tenemos nuestro gobierno”.
Several specific countries are playing leading roles and standing out for their work among other developing nations around the world.
Our Power PR Campaign Arrives in Puerto Rico to Join Just Recovery Efforts and Assess Impact of Jones Act
#OurPowerPR was launched in New York to support Puerto Ricans with a just recovery for the island in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
En Puerto Rico, agencias de gobierno no actúan ante peligros que conllevan los generadores eléctricos
“La gente no quiere escuchar”, se queja la presidenta de la Junta de Calidad Ambiental ante los conflictos vecinales, problemas de salud y seguridad que crean los aparatos.
Este proyecto de entrevistas recoge la palabra viva, experiencias y luchas de varios representantes importantes del pueblo originario Kichwa de Sarayaku, en la Amazonía ecuatoriana.
Letters have been sent, but the government had not responded.
It’s time for California to correct years of environmental injustice.
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In the land of music festivals and gold courses, access to water is scarce for some.
“Our community is fighting a plan to build yet another dirty gas-fired power plant on our coast.”
Fighting against environmental racism, maintaining sovereignty, the byproducts of corporate development and Big Oil, and the lingering psychological traumas of colonialism.