The approach pits two important principles against each other: environmental conservation and social justice.
Researchers are embarking on a major collaboration to characterise Colombia's plant and animal life
Through a combination of varied farming practices and pest control they are saving coffee crops.
The AngloGold Ashanti project is still in the exploratory phase, but could unearth 28-million ounces of gold
The Sumapaz páramo is threatened by fracking as exploration areas have been delimited close by.
Located in the Mesa and Tena municipalities this is the country’s 22nd botanical garden which will boost research and conservation in the region.
Colombia is the third country with most primate species in the region, but most of them are threatened by deforestation, illegal traffic and hunting.
Colombian ecologists will finally be able to assess the state of ecosystems that were off-limits to research and development.
A 1,5-million-dollar investment hopes to preserve at least 600 hectares of land and create more than 50 direct jobs.
Celsia Solar announces the opening of a solar farm on September in Yumbo, Valle del Cauca.
Ecosystems, water, biodiversity and Colombian’s health are endangered by the growth of this activity.
Cattle ranching, agriculture, mining housing and tourism are among the causes and they could lead to a decrease in productivity and an imbalance in ecosystems.
Pigeons, African land snails and lionfish are some of the species threating the country.
One of Colombia’s largest Natural National Parks is under threat from cattle ranching and illicit crops cultivation.
‘Limpiemos Colombia’ first edition results and here’s a project that could benefit from it.
The Colombian primate has survived despite illegal trafficking and habitat loss.
The Wiwa’s lands, once a full green landscape, is now a dusty field in the Colombian dessert that hasn’t stopped changing in the last years. Indigenous communities take action!
This Sunday people from Colombian major cities be cleaning up their most emblematic places.
Colombian take on conservation seeks to protect Amazonian biodiversity through indigenous traditions.
20,000 families could benefit from the clean-up of the Tumaco bay in the Pacific region.
Turtles, iguanas, caimans and canaries are the most trafficked species.
If Colombian peace deal comes to an end, tourism will replace the loneliness of countless beautiful places the war has kept untouched.