Brazilians in São Paulo are starting a movement to breed stingless bees in urban spaces, something researchers call “urban Meliponiculture." ...

Reforestation is one of the ways to fight against desertification. This phenomenon implicates the permanent degradation of ecosystems caused by human activities and climate change. ...

In the worst-case scenario of rising sea levels, Recife could turn many of its residents into "climate refugees'' in the coming years. ...

By restoring degraded areas, Muvuca can facilitate more carbon capture. The technique has been successful in Amazonia, the largest tropical forest in the world, as well as in Cerrado. ...

The device helps rural communities purify stored rainwater, even after many months of having been collected. This could offer a safe option of drinking water during long periods of drought in the region. ...

For almost two decades, José Briceño (45) —a Venezuelan biologist who works with the non-profit organization, PROVITA— has been in charge of inspecting 6 hectares of forest land in the dry forest on the Macanao peninsula; a place located in ...

The House of Plants is a gardening center for seedlings. It is where the local Indigenous grow plants to reforest areas within their lands. ...

We've selected 2 Dominican journalists to carry out field coverage at the Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week 2022. Get to know them! ...

Previously, locals had to travel more than 80 kilometers to the city of Córdoba to buy vegetables, which represented a risk in the face of extreme weather. Agroecology provided food security and unexpected benefits in the fight against climate change. ...

After 13 years of speculation around the proposal, the region’s residents express fears over social and environmental impacts linked to the mine, such as toxic chemicals polluting water. ...