For hundreds of millions of poor rural households, livestock remain a key asset, often meeting multiple needs, and enabling livelihoods to be built in some of the world’s harshest environments.
The little book jumps into my hands in a mysterious way early in the morning: It is the Jose Marti’s campaign dairy on the way from Cap-Haïtien to Dos Ríos, published in 1978 by the Social Sciences publishing house, La Habana, Cuba. Armando Orozco Tovar There is a […]
This initiative, which aims to help protect a region of the northern Amazon against climate change, will be discussed in London on the 5th of May. Located in Latin America, the Amazon is a place inhabited by a diverse range of animals and plants. The region is also inhabited […]
To explain what happened during the passing of the Paris Climate Change Agreement last December, an event will take place on the 3rd May in London. According to the points of the treaty, the aim is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adaptation and finance from 2020. This pact was […]
Until 1869 cocoa was deemed legal currency in Nicaragua, a practice that the Spanish inherited from the indigenous people. Now the cocoa bean is knocking on the door of the global market, whose prices are further encouraging its production. Francisco G. Navarro The cultivation of this ancestral plant […]