Fishermen who make their living from the Cauca River in the south of Colombia have had their daily task made easier by adapting their traditional rafts to solar power.
That is just one of the concrete sustainable actions enabled by Pacto…
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The New Year is upon us and the January editorial is always one of the most difficult, as getting back into a writing mode after the Christmas holiday requires plenty of stamina. But Colombians are a resilient lot having dealt with the vicissitudes…
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On the second day of an official visit to Colombia, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Sunday expressed hopes for the future and for the peace process in the South American country.
“I am extremely happy to see the…
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The International Research Project (IRP) is the most comprehensive project of the MAA. With great pleasure and success, it has been conducting research all over the world since 1990.