Climate Change

Seasonal weather is a thing of the past, thanks to climate change

It is hot in winter, it hails in spring and the cold is intense in summer because the seasons do not exist anymore, climate change...
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‘Am I next?’: Killings in El Salvador leave transgender people in fear

Every time the neighborhood dogs bark at night, Teresa, a 44-year-old transgender woman in El Salvador, wakes up in a panic. “I think that someone...
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Mexico impact investors set sights on social returns

After six weeks at the Aravind Eye Hospital in the Indian city of Madurai, talking to everyone from the janitors to the head of the...
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Circus skills show children how to fly in San Pancho

In jewel-coloured leotards with feather head-dresses and intricate make-up, they romp through seamless routines in an exuberant take on Shakespeare´s “A Midsummer Night´s Dream” with...
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Latin American girls hack man’s world of tech, science

Staying up late into the night, Lilia Lobato Martinez watched endless YouTube videos to teach herself the computer code she used to help build her...
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Mexico tequila maker has a shot at turning agave waste into fuel

One of Mexico’s most famous tequila companies, Herradura, hopes to turn into fuel the thousands of tonnes of waste it generates each year from the...
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Congested Mexico City must look skyward to grow

Once the heart of the vast Aztec empire, Mexico’s pulsing capital is now a megacity that dominates the country’s economy, politics and culture, but it...
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Cheers! Rare bat important to the production of tequila is making a comeback

Wildlife officials say it might be time for a toast now that a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila...
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Women fall victim to violence in Mexico’s decade-old war on drugs

Denisse Velasco has been suffering from acute anxiety since spring, when she narrowly escaped being abducted from a busy street in Guadalajara, Mexico. She was...
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Mexican ranchers and indigenous people urge government to solve land conflict

Audelina Villagrana has run her ranch in Mexico’s Western Sierra Madre mountains on her own since the death of her husband 23 years ago, herding...
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Mexico’s Ciudad Neza rises from slum to success story

Even if Eloisa Vasquez Morales had enough money to leave Ciudad Neza, once a sprawling slum and now a scrappy suburb east of Mexico City,...
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U.N. appoints first expert to protect LGBT people from violence

The U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday appointed its first independent investigator to help protect homosexual and transgender people worldwide from violence and discrimination. The...
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