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‘La Niña’ Phenomenon Slowly Approaches Colombia

Colombia's capital, Bogota, is grappling with dwindling water levels in its reservoirs, triggering an urgent call from government officials for the public to conserve...

Deforestation in Colombia Decreases Under Petro’s Administration

Deforestation has declined in Colombia over the past year, according to the latest data published by the Global Forest Watch (GFW) platform. This decrease...

Water Rationing in Bogota Will Mean 24-Hour Outages by Sector

The announced water rationing in Bogota will involve cuts of up to 24 hours per sector in the Colombian capital, starting on Thursday, April...

Bogota Mayor Announces Water Rationing

Bogota mayor Carlos Galan, revealed plans yesterday, April 4, for water rationing in Colombia's capital. This decision comes as the city's reservoirs, crucial for...

La Guajira in Extreme Situation Due to Water Shortage

The water shortage situation in the department of La Guajira is keeping the entire region in check. The traditionally extreme climate in the area...

Colombia Wins Climate Lawsuit Against Oil Company

Colombia's court ruled against Hupecol, a US oil giant, on April 1, 2024. The Administrative Tribunal of Cundinamarca's decision comes from a conflict that...

Colombia’s Largest National Park: Parque Chiribiquete

Colombia stands out as one of the most diverse nations globally, boasting an impressive array of plant and animal life. Among its 59 natural...

Colombia and Germany Create Green Hydrogen Committee

The two countries officially launched the Steering Committee of the High-Level Green Hydrogen Group, on March 6, 2024, an alliance aimed at promoting clean...

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