Tag Archives: Biodiversity

Why we propose a Biological Corridor to protect the biodiversity of the Essequibo river basin?

Since 2010, Blue Environmentalist Foundation through its proposed communication Canal Azul 24, Blue Channel 24, ANCA24 and ANCA24 Canada has been monitoring various bioregions of the American continent. Bioregions as Magellan, Patagonia, Gran Chaco, Amazonia, Andes, Guayana,Caribbean, Mesoamerica, Gulf of Fonseca, … Continue reading

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Venezuelan Environmentalist proposes the creation of “Esequibo River Basin Biological Corridor”

Gustavo Carrasquel, Venezuelan environmentalist, author of the “Bioregions of America” and GEO6-UNEP consultant, requests the Venezuelan chancellery, to take into account the proposal for the creation of a binational Biological Corridor (Guyana and Venezuela) in the Basin Esequibo River, to … Continue reading

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Environmentalist from Paraguay Win 2013 National Geographic Award “Leadership in Conservation”

Alberto Yanosky, executive director of Guyra Paraguay, is the recipient of the National Geographic Society/Buffett Award for Leadership in Latin American Conservation. Dr. Alberto Yanosky, leader of an environmental organization in Paraguay that works to safeguard habitats and species across … Continue reading

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The environmental policy agenda in Latin America ranges from the sublime to the inefficient, nothing transcendental

Is enough take a tour through the capitals from the Southern Cone to Mexico through the Caribbean, and only on the issue of waste management one realizes how political actors practically ignore the magnitude of the serious problem caused . … Continue reading

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