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Jun2018
Guatemala has plenty of rivers. Within our territory we have 38 basins, out of them 18 flow to the Pacific Ocean, 10 to the Gulf of Mexico and 10 to the Atlantic. Some of them travel even inside our neighboring countries, but we know very few rivers, seldom we haven’t ... Read More
June 13, 2018Robin De León
12 de j unio

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Jun2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. The ICC reports that the rains we have recently seen are because of a trough that just passed over the country, which is normal for the season. Also, we inform that new tropical waves could pass through the country by Wednesday and Friday. ... Read More
June 12, 2018Robin De León

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Jun2018
Representatives of COPECO and the private sector of Honduras visited Guatemala last week, to participate in the II Public-Private Experiences Exchange between Guatemala and Honduras, to share knowledge and lessons learned, to reduce disaster risk through public-private alliances. This activity is part of the project "Improving resilience through implementing the Sendai ... Read More
June 6, 2018Robin De León

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Jun2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. Secondary teachers from Santa Rosa traveled around the Tapalapa subwatershed yesterday morning, to commemorate International Environment Day, and as part of the Climate Change training that is facilitated by ICC in Santa Rosa. This watershed is part of Los Esclavos River watershed, located ... Read More
June 6, 2018Robin De León
05 de junio – 1

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Jun2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. Rains and electric activity are forecasted for this week due to the atmospheric conditions and tropical waves crossing through Central America. The east waves and the atmospheric instability in the Pacific will cause rains throughout this week. We are currently monitoring several east waves that ... Read More
June 5, 2018Robin De León
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Jun2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. June 5th, 2018. Just before noon of June 3rd, 2018, the volcano produced an eruption that spewed ash to the sky. A mix of ash, rocks, and hot gasses slipped down the hills and cliffs and down the rivers aside the volcano. Since those ... Read More
June 5, 2018Robin De León
ICC sorrow

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Jun2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. The Private Institute for Climate Change Research ICC sympathizes with the Guatemalan families that have been affected by the eruption of the Fuego Volcano last Sunday June the 3rd. We state our respect and admiration to all of the volunteers, relief bodies, authorities, and people ... Read More
June 4, 2018Robin De León
29 de mayo nueva

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May2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. Due to a low pressure system and the Monsoon trough (located to the south of Guatemala) rains shall continue, mainly in southern midlands and central areas of the country. Forecast for central areas: fog in the morning, scattered clouds sunny throughout the day, and rains ... Read More
May 29, 2018Robin De León

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May2018
Private Institute for Climate Change Research, Guatemala. Members of the Ibero-American Model Forest Network (RIABM) visited several projects supported by ICC and its partners on last Thursday, on an effort to internationally socialize the strategic contributions to forests in the Pacific slopes of Guatemala. The visit is part of the workshop called ... Read More
May 28, 2018Robin De León