Blue Carbon Forum Mexico 2021
By: CEDO Intercultural | Cover photo: costasalvaje.org Nélida Barajas, CEDO Executive Director | Photo: Yves Rocher Foundation Nélida Barajas, Executive Director of the Intercultural Center of Desert and Ocean Studies (CEDO) took part in the second edition of the Mexico 2021 Blue Carbon Forum, held...
Biodiversity, Blue Carbon, CEDO, Climate Change, Education 0
By: Alejandro Callejas Linares. Associate Specialist. CEDO Intercultural Climate change is possibly the greatest challenge facing humanity today. If we do not reduce or sequester the volume of greenhouse gases that we emit into the atmosphere, changes in weather and climate will have cascading effects...
Inseparable: Water, wetlands, and life
By: Laura Martínez Ríos, Executive Director, Pro Esteros Many of us have heard that wetlands are among the most economically valuable and most biodiverse ecosystems in the world. But surely, we’ve also heard that they are disappearing three times faster than forests, with dire consequences...
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