Sustainable Bolivia Blog

Conflicting Elections in Bolivia

Following the Bolivian elections, which were held on the 20th october of 2019, thousands of people have been gathering in the streets to protest the current president Evo Morales. Evo Morales has been the president of Bolivia for three terms,

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Día de la Mujer Boliviana

On October 11, Bolivian Women’s Day was celebrated. This date is of special importance, not only because it is one of the few countries that have two special days to commemorate the female sex, but because Bolivia still has much

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Motorcycles in Riberalta

In Riberalta, children invariably go through the same rites of passage as they grow older. First they learn how to crawl. Then they learn how to walk. Then they learn how to ride motorcycles. Indeed, if one were to sit

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The fire of the Amazon

The Amazon is known as the lungs of our planet, since 20% of the oxygen in the atmosphere is thanks to this large area of ​​forests and rainforests. It is so immense and with such biodiversity, that 25% of the

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September 4th: National Protected Areas Day in Bolivia

Bolivia, one of the 15 most mega-diverse countries on the planet, has a National Protected Areas System with 22 national protected areas covering over 15% of its national territory. In addition, and complementary to the national system, Bolivia also has

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