News from the Amazon
12 years dedicated to Nature Conservation together with WWF
Leader of WWF Network´s Living Amazon Initiative takes office as ICMBio President
WWF: Average EU citizen consumes 61 kg of soy per year, most from soy embedded in meat, dairy, eggs and fish
A new research report commissioned by WWF concluded that the average EU citizen consumes 61 kg of ...
A step forward in incorporating Climate Change within planning tools of the Amazon countries.
Climate Change and Protected Areas
The Amazon: freshwater ecosystems under threat
State of the Amazon: Freshwater Connectivity and Ecosystem Health report is launched during the ...
Guardians of the Forest: Indigenous Peoples Take Action to Conserve Nearly Half of Suriname
The 72,000 square kilometer indigenous conservation corridor would cover some of the most pristine, ...
Brazilian Amazon: challenges to an effective policy to curb deforestation
Curbing deforestation in the Amazon Region as a whole is no longer a task for national policies; it ...
Municipality of Colón is leading management on climate change
Colón is located in the Putumayo Department, Republic of Colombia. It´s surface is 75.38 km2 and ...
Adapting to climate change: A new meaning to the Conservation and Management of Protected Areas of the Amazon
Themes such as the vulnerability of protected areas and possible scenarios and solutions to reduce ...
Climate COP 21: The Amazon, a solution to natural change adaptation
Protected Areas in the Amazon biome plays a key role in providing a Natural Solution to Climate ...
February 2nd: World Wetlands Day
World Wetlands Day marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on February 2, ...