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Tikal sits in the Maya Biosphere Reserve
Droughts and severe weather have devastated farms in Central America.
We're helping more than two million farmers embrace more sustainable growing practices that can help build resilience to climate change and boost yields.
As one of the only such projects in the world that is building on community-based production…
On any given day, the children of El Porvenir, a community of 200 families just outside…
Rural women must have access to the same resources, training, and opportunities as their male counterparts.
An assessment of the conservation status of five timber species in the Maya Biosphere Reserve
The Rainforest Alliance is pleased to announce it has appointed Oscar Rojas.
Guatemala is a global leader in community forestry, having devolved control over forest…
Families now have access to water for cooking, drinking, and bathing right outside their homes.
Sustainable management of the world’s natural resources is shifting from an option to a vital n…