Study in semi-arid areas shows improved nutritional intake in households with working women.
Recent research shows that paving roads is the most cost-effective policy to reduce air pollution in Bogota when compared with other alternatives such as fuel substitution in industry and heavy-duty
EfD Chile is working side-by-side with the Ministry of the Environment in the design of a wood stove replacement program and is now participating in developing strategies related to government urban
The health cost of high air pollution from vehicles in the Costa Rican capital of San José and its immediate surrounds runs to millions of dollars each year, according to new research from the
Air pollution caused by wood-burning in homes for cooking and heating purposes is one of the most important environmental problems in Chile, affecting thousands of families and causing early mortality