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Zero Hunger: Our Actions Today Are Our Future Tomorrow
Zolia Morán Tun, from Tucurú, in the department of Alta Verapaz, in Guatemala, implements the piling trays to produce local plants, which they consume at the family level and sell the surplus. Initiatives like these help to move towards the goal of

Guatemala&Number 39 s Fuego volcano erupts again
Guatemala City (AFP) - Guatemala's deadly Fuego volcano erupted anew early Friday, unleashing a 600-meter flow of lava and sending clouds of ash spiralling into the sky.

Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat encouraged the Santa Rosa First Peoples Community to get involved in organic farming and avail themselves of the $100,000 grants available to potential farmers. He made this comment while delivering remarks at

EPA awards 10 “Green Power” leaders across the country
The Green Power Leadership Awards are sponsored by EPA’s Green Power Partnership Program in collaboration with the Center for Resource Solutions. See the full list of the EPA 2018 Green Power Leadership Award winners on EPA’s website. (Image: Anheus

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced its 18th annual Green Power Leadership Awards, recognizing organizations, programs and individuals that significantly advance the development of the nation’s green power sources. The

Witnesses have disputed the official account of what led a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent to shoot and kill a young Guatemalan woman along the Texas border in May, Buzzfeed News reports. In two contradictory statements issued in May,
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SANTA ROSA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#CSR--Keysight Technologies Recognized for Corporate Social Responsibility Efforts

Californians, for all our natural blessings, are also used to natural disasters, from earthquakes to wildfires. Going through them is bad enough. When the recovery efforts are hampered by government incompetence, that’s adding insult to injury.But t

Should Californians Be Rebuilding Homes in a Fire Zone?
A year ago, on a warm, windy night, Paul Lowenthal got the call; he was needed at work. The Tubbs Fire, on its way to becoming the most destructive blaze in California history, was spreading into Santa Rosa, and Lowenthal, the city’s assistant

‘We have to make sure our clean-energy future is good for people, too’
Renewable energy is key for our transition to a low-carbon economy. Increased investment into the sector is also essential to meet our climate and energy-access ambitions set out in the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals. At the s

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