Rural Co-ops in Central America Speak Out on Climate Change

Inter Press Service: Brenda Salazar has her sights set on two things: a good organic cacao harvest for the cooperative she belongs to in northern Nicaragua, and for the governments of Central America to heed the ideas of peasant farmers who have organised to fight climate change. "We are feeling the effects of climate change, and it's important for our proposals to be heard," Salazar, a Nicaraguan small farmer, told IPS. She took part in a conference on "building a regional strategy for adaptation to the climate......

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