Fish face vast decline if emissions are not reduced

Failing to keep warming to below 3C could mean a 30% decline in catchable fish in many countries, huge study suggests
<p>The Tacuarí River meets Lake Merín, in eastern Uruguay. Brazil and Uruguay’s governments plan to link several watercourses to create a waterway that they say would reduce shipping costs and boost development. (Image: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/chatoeitan/">Eitan Abramovich</a> / Dialogue Earth)</p>
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No plain sailing for Brazil and Uruguay’s new waterway

Both governments say proposed shipping route would boost exports and local development, but have met opposition from residents fearing its impacts

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How is climate change affecting workers in Latin America?

Rising temperatures and extreme weather events are putting the health of workers in the region at risk and forcing efforts on adaptation
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Fifty years on, a fight for land rights in Suriname continues

Despite court rulings, the country has yet to recognise land rights for Indigenous and Maroon groups, leading to protests and tensions over mining concessions
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Solar power is booming in Brazil. Can it be a boom for all?

Solar is now Brazil’s second-largest source of electricity. Experts say its growth must also reach and respect communities cut off from the grid
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Q&A: LGBTQ+ rights and environmental justice with activist Aurélien Guilabert

The Mexico-based campaigner tells Dialogue Earth about what the movements have in common, their challenges and his hopes for the future