Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Illegal logging: An organized crime that is destroying Latin American forests
Milton López Tarabochia

Illegal wood trafficking allows other crimes to flourish, including deforestation, labor exploitation, land invasions, tax evasion, document forgery and state corruption.

Illegal wood trafficking is the most profitable crime against natural resources and the world’s third most important crime, according to a report titled “Transnational crime and the developing world,” published in March 2017 by Global Financial Integrity, a US-based organization that investigates illicit financial flows.see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANNo drop in the number of HIV cases
Latinamerica Press
At risk the target of reducing the number of new HIV infections by 75 percent by 2020.. see more
GUATEMALACommunity forest management against illegal timber logging
Louisa Reynolds
Indigenous communities comply with strict rules to ensure the regeneration of the forest and protect water sources.. see more
HONDURASFraud accusations tarnish presidential election
Latinamerica Press
Delays in reporting results and interruption of the count led to violent protests.. see more
THE CARIBBEANResilience to face climate change
Lucien Chauvin
Caribbean leaders hope they can find a silver lining in the destruction caused on many islands during this year’s hurricane season.. see more
ECUADORRuling party at risk of disintegrating
Luis Ángel Saavedra
The leadership of Alianza PAIS party decided to dismiss Lenín Moreno as president of that organization.. see more
LATIN AMERICAUncertainty shapes immigrant life in the United States
Armando Chávez
Government persecutes migrants despite the fact that many arrived as children and have no links nor speak the language of their native countries.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANUrban unemployment keeps rising
Latinamerica Press
Young people are the most affected by the deterioration of labour markets as a result of economic contraction.. see more
ECUADORKichwa community commits to eco-sustainable tourism
Paolo Moiola
On the banks of the Napo River and in front of the Yasuní National Park, Sani Isla holds out against the oil industry.. see more
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Latin America and the Caribbean, Argentina, Peru.. see more
BRAZILCity embraces migrants and refugees
José Pedro Martins
Campinas wants to be recognized as a city that embraces the labour migration.. see more

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