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Jun2018
Yesterday morning, the Private Institute for Climate Change Research ICC and the National Network for Environment Training and Research Redfia hosted the forum "Solid waste and the need to integrally manage them in Guatemala", which was hosted in a hotel in Guatemala City and welcomed more than 50 people. Presentations were ... Read More
June 27, 2018Divulgacion

27

Jun2018
As a scientific institution that contributes to the country, the ICC hosted specialists in volcanology. This visit was complemented with a fieldtrip to evaluate places under lahar threats that can occur from the Fuego Volcano in Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa and Siquinala, both in Escuintla. The American specialist in volcanology Andrew Lockhart ... Read More
June 27, 2018Divulgacion

25

Jun2018
In an intensive activity held on Saturday, we planted a total of 5,400 trees, which will reforest Maria del Mar Ranch, Chicacao Suchitepequez. The reforestation activities were supported by the Ministry of Environment represented by their delegate Rodrigo Chay, students of Pedagogy from the San Carlos University Zunilito Campus, Maria del ... Read More
June 25, 2018Divulgacion

22

Jun2018
Guatemala. The Phase II of the Community Adaptation to Climate Change training that was facilitated by the Private Institute for Climate Change Research ICC, finished today with a closing ceremony celebrated at the Trocha 8, in Nueva Concepcion, Escuintla. 14 community leaders along their families, representatives of Madre Tierra and La ... Read More
June 22, 2018Divulgacion

13

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, 2018Divulgacion
12 de j unio

12

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, 2018Divulgacion

06

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, 2018Divulgacion

06

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, 2018Divulgacion
05 de junio – 1

05

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, 2018Divulgacion