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December 9, 2022

IPS Journalist Emilio Godoy Wins UNCA Gold Medal

Inter Press Service (IPS) correspondent in Mexico Emilio Godoy has won the prestigious Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation Award for coverage of climate change, biodiversity and water, awarded by the United Nations Correspondents Association (UNCA), receiving a gold medal.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2022/12/ips-journalist-emilio-godoy-wins-unca-gold-medal/
March 19, 2002

/ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT/TV-NICARAGUA: Musician Mejia Godoy Lands Role in Colombian Soap

Nicaraguan musician Carlos Mejía Godoy, a leading figure in Latin American popular culture, will be playing an important role in a new Colombian soap opera.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2002/03/arts-entertainment-tv-nicaragua-musician-mejia-godoy-lands-role-in-colombian-soap/
August 14, 2001

/ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT/MUSIC-NICARAGUA: Mejia Godoy, Anthropologist of Popular Culture

Carlos Mejía Godoy, one of Nicaragua's best-known contributors to Latin American popular culture, is attempting to keep his country's songs, poetry, and even traditional foods from being forgotten.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2001/08/arts-entertainment-music-nicaragua-mejia-godoy-anthropologist-of-popular-culture/
February 19, 2024

Inequality Also Afflicts Clean Energy in Latin America

The specter of blackouts hovers over the Mexican city of La Paz, the capital of the state of Baja California Sur in Mexico's far northwestern corner, as summer approaches, due to increased electricity demand from air conditioning and insufficient capacity in the local grid.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2024/02/inequality-also-afflicts-clean-energy-latin-america/
February 8, 2024

Drought Narrows the Panama Canal, Delays Shipping

At the bar that Sandra manages in Panama City's central financial district, the variety offered on the menu has shrunk due to delays in ship traffic through the Panama Canal, one of the world's major shipping routes.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2024/02/drought-narrows-panama-canal-delays-shipping/
December 20, 2023

The Opaque Chain of Electric Cars Assembled in Mexico

The city of Austin, Texas, on the U.S.-Mexico border, had 945,000 residents in 2021 and on average each household owned two cars, hundreds of them electric. Among the manufacturers of these electric vehicles are companies such as the US Tesla, Ford and General Motors (GM).
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/12/the-opaque-supply-chain-of-electric-cars-assembled-in-mexico/
December 12, 2023

What Is the Cost of Phasing Out Fossil Fuels in Latin America?

One of the most heated debates at the annual climate summit coming to a conclusion in this United Arab Emirates city revolved around the phrasing of the final declaration, regarding the "phase-out" or "phase-down" of fossil fuels within a given time frame.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/12/cost-phasing-fossil-fuels-latin-america/
December 8, 2023

Renewable Commitments at COP28 Pose Stiffer Energy Challenges for Latin America

One of the world's largest solar power plants, the Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Park, captures solar rays in the south of this United Arab Emirates city, with an installed capacity of 1,527 megawatts (Mw) to supply electricity to some 300,000 homes in the Arab nation's economic capital.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/12/renewable-commitments-cop28-pose-stiffer-energy-challenges-latin-america/
October 24, 2023

How to Defend the Environment and Survive in the Attempt, as a Woman in Mexico

The defense of the right to water led Gema Pacheco to become involved in environmental struggles in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, an area threatened by drought, land degradation, megaprojects, mining and deforestation.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/10/defend-environment-survive-attempt-woman-mexico/
October 12, 2023

Electric Transport Expands Slowly in Mexico

Maribel Ochoa takes less time and spends less money commuting from her home to her work in eastern Mexico City thanks to the use of the electric Cablebus, a cable car that has improved her quality of life since the service began operating two years ago.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/10/electric-transport-expands-slowly-mexico/
September 26, 2023

Pemex Exploits Fossil Fuels with Money from International Banks

At the entrance to the municipality of Paraíso, in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco, there is a traffic circle that displays three things that are emblematic of the area: crabs, pelicans and mangroves.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/09/pemex-exploits-fossil-fuels-money-international-banks/
September 22, 2023

UN Meets on Effective Responses to Loss and Damage Ahead of COP28

African countries are increasingly in the eye of deadly climate-induced disasters. Recent devastating extreme events include intense shattering earthquakes in Morocco, followed shortly by catastrophic floods in Libya this September that left 11,300 people dead, according to Libya’s Red Crescent.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/09/special-un-meeting-towards-effective-responses-loss-damage-ahead-cop28/
September 14, 2023

Mexico Turns to Military Entrepreneurs

Courage, sadness and impotence are expressed by Mayan indigenous activist Sara López when she talks about the Mayan Train (TM), the Mexican government's biggest infrastructure project, which will cross the town where she lives and many others in the Yucatan Peninsula.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/09/mexico-turns-military-entrepreneurs/
August 31, 2023

Climate Justice Delayed, Is Justice Denied

The failure to tackle the climate change crisis is an injustice to the millions who have lost lives and livelihoods through floods, extreme weather, and wildfires, pointing to the urgency of adaptation and mitigation finance, experts say.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/08/climate-justice-delayed-justice-denied/
August 28, 2023

Biodiversity Credits: Solution or Empty Promise for Latin America?

Located in northwestern Colombia, the Bosque de Niebla is home to 154 species of plants, 120 bird species, 21 species of mammals, 16 water springs and five hectares of wetlands.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/08/biodiversity-credits-solution-empty-promise-latin-america/
June 21, 2023

Mexico Needs to Step Up Treatment and Reuse of Water to Address Crisis

At the entrance to the coastal city of Ensenada in the northwestern Mexican state of Baja California a sign reads: “Every drop matters to us. Take care of the water." The message is important, as the city faces shortages due to hoarding by agricultural producers and builders, as well as the drought that has become more severe because of the effects of the climate emergency.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/06/mexico-needs-step-treatment-reuse-water-address-crisis/
May 18, 2023

Government Financing for Mayan Train Violates Socio-environmental Standards

Mexico’s development banks have violated their own socio-environmental standards while granting loans for the construction of the Mayan Train (TM), the flagship project of the presidency of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/05/government-financing-mayan-train-violates-socio-environmental-standards/
March 28, 2023

Opposition in Mexico to Mega-Industrial Model

In March 2021, the community assembly of the municipality of San Blas Atempa, in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, approved the sale of 360 hectares for the creation of an industrial park. But part of the community opposed the initiative due to irregularities, such as the falsification of signatures of supposed attendees, including those of people who had already died.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/03/opposition-mexico-mega-industrial-model/
February 7, 2023

Pact Protecting Environmentalists Suffers Threats in Mexico

In the municipality of Papantla, in the southeastern Mexican state of Veracruz, the non-governmental Regional Coordinator of Solidarity Action in Defense of the Huasteca-Totonacapan Territory (Corason) works with local communities on empowering organizations, advocacy capacity in policies and litigation strategies.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/02/escazu-agreement-pact-protecting-environmentalists-suffers-threats-mexico/
January 23, 2023

Unstoppable Gas Leaks in Mexico

A dark mole dots the brown earth, among the green scrub at this spot in southeastern Mexico. A repetitive “glug, glug,” a noise sounding like a thirsty animal, and an intense stench lead to this site, hidden in the undergrowth, where a broken pipe has created a pool of dense oil.
https://www.ipsnews.net/2023/01/unstoppable-gas-leaks-mexico/
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