Lima sees opening of a new climate change park that hopes to foster education and greater awareness of the global phenomenon, building on the success of the COP20 climate summit held in the Peruvian capital at the end of 2014.
Colombia proposes an ambitious plan that would establish the world’s largest ‘ecological corridor’, protecting vast swathes of Amazon rainforest stretching from the Andes to the Atlantic coast, with the help of Brazil and Venezuela.
Peruvian President Ollanta Humala announces major funding for decontamination plants around the world-famous Lake Titicaca, but climate change poses a greater threat than pollution to the lake and its surroundings.
Study shows extent of damage climate change is already doing to Peru’s glaciers, with implications for its economy and society,… Read more Peru’s glaciers shrink by 40% in 40 years due to climate change
Six months after the founding of Glacier Republic, Greenpeace Chile are keeping up the pressure on the Chilean government to… Read more Chile: Glacier Republic pushes for 5-Star law to protect glaciers
Peru is to launch a “Climate Change Trail” around shrinking Andean glaciers in an attempt to bring back tourists while… Read more Peru hopes to educate on climate change with new mountain tourist trail
President Humala has announced an economic stimulus package aimed at boosting investment and Peru’s economy, but critics say that the… Read more Is Peru putting its economy ahead of its environment?