RIO DE JANEIRO, April 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A Congolese park ranger, a Guatemalan indigenous land rights activist and an octogenarian Australian who blocked a coal mining firm from taki

Over the past ten years, both our understanding and awareness of the links between climate change and security have increased tremendously. Today the UN, the EU, the G7 and an increasing number of states have classified climate change as a threat to global and/or national security.

At least nine people died and two people were missing from a small town near Guatemala City on Wednesday after intense rains the night before caused a mudslide, emergency workers said.

HONOLULU: The world edged closer to a 2020 goal to repair vast areas of damaged natural lands and forests, officials announced Saturday at the world´s largest conservation meeting.

More than 120 million of the world’s poorest depend on the coffee economy, a report says, and their livelihoods are already suffering from temperature rises

SAN SALVADOR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Farmer Abelardo Ayala took a tough decision on his estate in San Juan Tepezontes, a traditional coffee-producing region of El Salvador: to swap his coffe

Thousands of people in southern Guatemala are suffering from a prolonged drought after years of below-average rainfall.

GUATEMALA CITY – The El Niño weather phenomenon is causing the worst drought in 30 years in Central America’s Dry Corridor, one of the world’s most vulnerable spots for unstable weather conditions.

GUATEMALA CITY – The office of Guatemala’s Human Rights Ombudsman warned on Thursday that the country is in danger of losing $97 million in funding for HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.

Report on Guatemalan mine accuses the government and company running it, Tahoe Resources, of a military response to opposition