News from the Amazon
Bolivia, Peru y Brazil will work together to articulate the Amazon protected areas located in the triple border of their territories.
Delegates of the protected areas systems, chiefs of the parks, community leaders, and local ...
Government creates five PAs in the Amazon
And expands an existing one. The protected areas are in the southern Amazon
WWF wants to unite development and conservation in the Tapajos basin
Interview/Mário Barroso, WWF-Brazil´s Conservation Director
Cross-border initiative for land-use planning of 310 thousand hectares of Amazon Forest
Mobilization intends to ensure conservation of the Acre River Basin - an area comprising thousands ...
The Amazon: Large-scale degradation of freshwater ecosystems
On this World Water Day, scientific article calls attention to impacts on hydrological connectivity
Joint efforts for Protected Areas
WWF Living Amazon Initiative, spoke about the integration of protected areas in climate change ...
Bolivia improves decision making for sustainable hydropower planning
In recent years, Bolivia bridged the gap for energy planning, by prioritizing the development of ...
COP21: Protected Areas thriving at Paris Climate Conference.
“We are making history today. The REDPARQUES Declaration is one of the most positive policy ...
COP21: Investing in Protected Areas is the most cost- efficient strategy for climate change adaptation
The Latin American Network for Technical Cooperation on Protected Areas -REDPARQUES- along with ...
18 countries from Latin America call for the inclusion of protected areas in Climate Negotiations at COP21
Two new studies will be presented at side events on the 5th December (Saturday) and on the 8th ...