World’s first ASC certified scallops come from Peru
Climate justice for the indigenous people of Peru
Representatives from nearly two hundred countries are gathering in Lima, Peru this week for the annual United Nations climate ...
People’s March: over 15,000 people in Lima demand more climate justice
Civil organizations, social movements, union trades, college students, and indigenous communities stood up together and demand ...
UN climate talks fail to deliver progress despite hottest year on record
WWF issued the following statement from Samantha Smith, Leader of WWF’s Global Climate and Energy Initiative at the close of the ...
Latin America a hotspot for renewable energy development
Success stories from seven countries in Latin America and the Caribbean prove that the region is positioned to lead the ...
Carbon Monitoring Manual
Tropical forests are not only a major source of natural resources, but also a key mechanism to reduce global warming.
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN ISOLATION AND INITIAL CONTACT: WWF–PERU EFFORTS TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND FORESTS
The Purus-Manu Conservation Corridor (PMCC) is one of the largest forest areas encompassing around 10 million ha. This landscape ...