News from the Amazon
Climate COP 21 and Amazon Indigenous REDD+
Advances in the implementation of the Amazon Indigenous REDD+ proposal will be presented at COP 21
Suriname joined the Declaration on Protected Areas and Climate Change
To be presented at Climate COP 21, this declaration is signed by 18 countries. Now, all eight ...
Bolivia monitors impacts of dams in the Amazon
Hydropower plants are one of the biggest threats to freshwater biodiversity in the Amazon.
Peruvian, Bolivian and Brazilian organizations will work together in the Acre River Basin land-use planning
The idea now is to take into consideration the entire river length and its catchment area ...
International event discusses climate change impacts on the Acre River basin
The 10th edition of the MAP Forum will include speeches, lectures, a fair, a business roundtable ...
Joint effort to map free-flowing rivers
The project ‘Tracking the status of free-flowing rivers across the globe’ is a joint effort ...
The Prince of Wales applauds Declaration on Protected Areas and Climate Change
This declaration was recently signed by 17 Latin American countries. It will be presented at UNFCCC ...
Indigenous groups from the Amazon targeting the Lima-Paris Action Agenda
The Amazon Indigenous REDD+ proposal works on all scales, from local, subnational, and national, to ...
COP21 Side Events Invitation: Amazon Protected Areas, Natural Solutions to Climate Change
The Latin American Technical Cooperation Network on National Parks, other Protected Areas and ...
Bolivia Takes a Step Towards Sustainable Hydropower
The Bolivian Environment Ministry, together with WWF-Bolivia will host a two day workshop in La Paz ...