• Suchitoto, Awake for the Earth

    On April 22nd, communities, towns, and cities around the world celebrated International Earth Day. What does this event mean for the world, and for the community of Suchitoto in El Salvador, where many members of the SERES ambassador network live and work? The history and international context of Earth Day

  • Onset and Get On Board for a More Sustainable Future

    An inside look at how Earth Deeds founder and CEO Daniel Greenberg developed the model of carbon onsetting Daniel Greenberg’s ultimate goal for Earth Deeds, the online carbon onsetting venture he began five years ago, is that one day it becomes redundant. Greenberg wants the concept of carbon onsetting to

  • The Fight for the Right to Water in Suchitoto, El Salvador

    An Active Generation, Creating Changes As part of a campaign for the approval of a law for integrated water management in El Salvador, the forum “Water, public patrimony and life in Suchitoto” took place this past March 31st in the Alejandro Cotto theater, where more than 370 people gathered. They

  • Another Look at the Alliance for Prosperity

    Questioning the inter-regional agreement which seeks to deter migration from Central America while ignoring its root causes Climate Change and Central American Migrants The recently released Global Climate Risk Index (2016) reconfirmed the fact that it is generally the less developed countries and poorest regions of the world that are

  • El Salvador Bans Metal Mining in Historic Decision

    A Decisive Day for the Environmental Future of El Salvador This Wednesday, March 29, El Salvador became the first country in the world to completely ban metal mining. The country’s legislative assembly voted in favor of life and the people of El Salvador, and it is without a doubt a