We don’t know if it’s raining more in Venezuela or not, because the government is inefficient at collecting enough data. What’s evident, experts say, is that the State ignores the lessons from past catastrophes
Architect Valeria Escobar began to compose a sound map of Caracas because she missed its birds. Now we can all contribute to it
Venezuelan authorities and thoughtless neighbors raze the urban woodland, our cities’ green heritage, at a victor’s pace
Gold mining is bringing mercury pollution, malaria, mass poaching, and ethnocide to one of Venezuela’s natural treasures
Alejandro Álvarez Iragorry, general coordinator of the NGO Clima 21, explains how climate change can be affecting Venezuela, and how little we know about it.
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