The eruption of the “Volcan de Fuego” in Guatemala on June 3rd has claimed 65 lives, displaced 3,500 people, and affected at least 1.7 million people, according to local media reports.
One of the world’s largest silver companies just lost 40% of its value – it shouldn’t have surprised investors
Human rights risks can pose high costs if not taken seriously by extractive industry companies and investors, as the case of Tahoe Resources in Guatemala shows.
In the grip of an El Niño-triggered drought, farming families across Guatemala’s dry corridor struggle to eat
Oxfam and its local partners have been helping some of the most vulnerable people with food and engaging them in short-term income-earning projects.
Communities across region suffer from erratic rainfall and poor harvests, recently worsened by the El Niño phenomenon.
If the Obama administration truly wants to address Central American immigration, these are two opportunities they should seize.
Legal advisor comes to US to accuse state, mining company of campaign against activists