Tag Archives: #Environment

January 17th, 2020: Guam vs Global Warming

The threat of global warming is now for the former Spanish colony of Guam. Not a few decades or generations into the future, but now. So the LMC speaks with Chamorro rights activist and writer Leilani Ganser about how Guam is fighting two fronts; the threat of global warming and how US colonialism stands in the way.

September 20th, 2019: Immigration & Global Warming

Immigration is also a climate issue. On this episode, the LMC speaks with Josue De Luna Navarro about the growing impact of global warming in Latin America as it pertains to human migration. Josue De Luna Navarro is the New Mexico Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.

September 13th, 2019: Paraguay’s Itaipu Dam

Paraguay’s Itaipu Dam was created over half a century ago by an agreement between the fascist dictatorships of Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay and Emilio Garrastazu Medici of Brazil. Years later, the unequal treaty over the largest hydroelectric dam in the Western Hemisphere remains a source of inequality for the Paraguayan people. So the LMC speaks w Latin American News Dispatch deputy editor Alanna Elder about the Itaipu Dam’s dark history and how it almost led to Paraguayan President Mario Abdo Benitez’ impeachment.