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16/10/2014

16.oct.14 The development of hydraulic fracturing will have major consequences for the environment, society and energy sustainability in Latin America. Under the World Day Against Fracking (Global Frackdown), organizations of Latin American civil society warn about irreversible impacts that exploitation of unconventional oil through fracking is going to cause in the environment and society. 

11/09/2014

 

Realising the human rights to water and sanitation: A handbook

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, is very proud to present her new publication: Realising the human rights to water and sanitation: A handbook

This Handbook is the product of six years of work by the first UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights to water and sanitation. It explains the meaning and legal obligations that arise from these rights, translating the often complex technical and legal language into accessible information.

Complete handbook

09/09/2014

Today September 9, at 9:00 am (Costa Rica time) a  training workshop and good practices on the implementation of Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration organized by ECLAC and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica will be held. Vanessa Dubois from FANCA will be participating in the panel on access to information at 11:30 am; and Jorge Mora from ARA will be talking in the citizen participation panel at 2:30 pm.

 

You can watch the workshop online:

 

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/principio-10-de-la-declaraci%C3%B3n-de-r%C3%ADo-sobre-el-medio-ambiente-y-el-desarrollo-en-am%C3%A9rica-latina-y-el-caribe

08/09/2014

 

 

 

 From 11 to 16 August the 3rd meeting related to  Reciprocal Agreements for Water (ARA), the program is executed in Bolivia and within its 30 municipalities, having a growing demand to drive ARA was performed for multiple environmental functions inside and outside the country. thought that more cost-effective model for expanding ARA and scale of our operations is not do it ourselves, but is to teach other non-governmental organizations (NGOs), indigenous organizations, municipalities and governments on how to implement the model in their territories. 

 

More information clic here

05/09/2014

 

San José, Costa Rica. Following the approval in first debate of the Law for Integrated Water Resource Management, onMarch 31st, the Constitutional Court moved to constitutional study.

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