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3 Mayo 2019
América central
Guatemala

BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Guatemala’s subsistence farmers and indigenous people living in poor rural communities are most affected by rising temperatures and unpredictable rainfall linked to climate change, a leading researcher said on Friday.

Fonte: Sapo
19 Enero 2019
América Latina y el Caribe
América central
Guatemala

Muitos camponeses da Guatemala venderam as terras de família a multinacionais. A indústria é acusada de abusos dos direitos humanos.

7 Febrero 2019
América central
Guatemala

Death of Jakelin Caal in US custody highlights how land conflicts and displacement fuel flight from indigenous villages.

23 Enero 2019
Américas
Guatemala

The TZK'AT Network of Ancestral Healers of Community Feminism from Ixmulew in Guatemala was formed in October 2015 to defend Indigenous women's rights and the land.

Many of its members are healers, midwives, and herbalists.

21 Noviembre 2018
Guatemala

What is already a bad situation for land defenders and human rights activists could be getting worse

10 Octubre 2018
Guatemala

En América Latina y el Caribe, la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO) calcula que entre el 50% y el 80% de los alimentos que son consumidos por las poblaciones urbanas y rurales son producidos por la agricultura familia

 

9 Octubre 2018
Guatemala

Choj Mayan people have been blocking a road in San Mateo Ixtatan, Huehuetenango, against a hydroelectric project they claim is illegal.

Choj Mayan people have been blocking a road in Yich Kisis, San Mateo Ixtatan, Huehuetenango, in protest against a hydroelectric project in their community. On Monday and Tuesday, anti-riot police came to the scene. Six people were reported injured.

PMA/Francisco Fion
24 Septiembre 2018
América central
El Salvador
Guatemala
Honduras
A seca recente levou à perda de cerca de 280 mil hectares de feijão e milho em Guatemala, El Salvador e Honduras, afetando potencialmente a situação alimentar e nutricional de mais de 2 milhões de pessoas, alertaram duas agências das Nações Unidas nesta sexta-feira (24).
 

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