This International Women’s Day, EcoViva is recognizing women who are leading positive change in their communities. Continue Reading
Together, we are fueling sustainable change in Central America.
Nayib Bukele won 53% of the vote and will be El Salvador’s next president. Bukele, the 37-year-old former mayor of the capital San Salvador….Continue Reading
Mangrove forests provide a wide array of valuable ecosystem services and play a critical role in climate change mitigation and adaptation. They sequester vast amounts of carbon from the atmosphere, slow coastal erosion, and form a natural barrier that protects coastal communities from extreme weather. Mangrove ecosystems are a refuge for juvenile fish, a nesting […]
EcoViva and partners convened conservationists from across El Salvador Community groups from across El Salvador gathered November 8 for the Fourth National Mangrove Forum to discuss mangrove restoration policy and progress, sea turtle conservation, and community co-management of natural protected areas. The event brought together around 350 people from community organizations, NGOs, academia, and government […]