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Cartagena struggles to get pioneering climate plan into action

Sep 08 2017

CARTAGENA, Colombia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the historic Caribbean seaport city of Cartagena drew up a long-term plan for climate change adaptation in 2014, it was hailed as a pioneer.

Chad pastoralist made to sit on floor now stands for her community

Nov 22 2016

MARRAKESH, Morocco (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, a member of Chad’s Mbororo pastoralists, first went to talk to the men of her community about climate change, she found herself sitting on the floor.

As water dries up, West Bank village thirsts for a less precarious supply

Nov 07 2016

AL JAB'A, West Bank (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A mountainous Palestinian community in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Al Jab'a differs in many ways from surrounding Israeli settlements but it shares one worry with its neighbors – a shortage of water.

As water dries up, West Bank village thirsts for a less precarious supply

Nov 01 2016

AL JAB'A, West Bank (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A mountainous Palestinian community in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, Al Jab'a differs in many ways from surrounding Israeli settlements but it shares one worry with its neighbours – a shortage of water.

Wind power plant in Atacama Desert fills Chile's clean-energy sails

Jul 05 2016

SAO PAULO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Deep in northern Chile's Atacama Desert, a remote community of 6,000 people is preparing to host the country's largest wind power plant.

Latin America eyes volcanoes to fire up clean development

May 03 2016

MEXICO CITY/SAN JOSE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mexico and Costa Rica aim to build on their position as Latin America's leading producers of geothermal power to help meet the challenges they face of curbing planet-warming emissions and making their energy supplies secure.

Latin America eyes volcanoes to fire up clean development

May 03 2016

MEXICO CITY/SAN JOSE, May 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - M exico and Costa Rica aim to build on their position as Latin America's leading producers of geothermal power to help meet the challenges they face of curbing planet-warming emissions and making their energy supplies secure.

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