January 2023

DEEP Day Celebrates Next Generation of Environmental Scientists

Hundreds of students participating in the Dominican Environmental Education Program (DEEP) gathered in the auditorium of New Horizons School in the heart of Santo Domingo, …

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January 2023

Bangladesh Civil Society Forges New Partnerships to Build Environmental Resilience

With support from the mayor of Bangladesh’s third largest city, local organizations focused on environmental resilience joined forces to help to strengthen their response to …

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November 2022

Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola: Sustainable Rice Success

In Montecristi, near Mangroves of Estero Balsa National Park in the Dominican Republic, the Integrated Marine Ecosystems Management in Northern Hispaniola (IMEM) program worked with …

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October 2022

Anchoring Sustainable Partnerships at Home

In the lead up to The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), Counterpart profiles Daniel Veras, …

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October 2022

Love of the Ocean goes DEEP

In the lead up to The 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), Counterpart profiles Andreina Valdez, …

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August 2022

Marine Management Program Closing Ceremony Highlights Achievements in Governance and Biodiversity Conservation

After three years of implementation, the Integrated Marine Ecosystem Management in Northern Hispaniola project concludes with presentations on its impact in the northern region of …

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April 2022

Promoting Biodiversity and Climate Resiliency through Partnership with the Community

Stewardship of its rich natural resources is central to the future of the Dominican Republic, both to protect its biodiversity and to ensure economic growth. …

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July 2021

The Domino Effects of Climate Change

By Isabel Nieves, Intern We often hear about the devastating effects of climate change and the future consequences if we do not begin taking greater …

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US, UK fund for reducing Bangladesh river pollution

The USA and the UK have co-founded a USD 297,000 advocacy project to reduce pollution caused by different rivers in Bangladesh’s Dhaka district.

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Initiative Taken to Promote Clean Dhaka Rivers

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