Melting in the Andes: Goodbye Glaciers
Is the Amazon rain forest drying out?
Warming Atlantic primes the Amazon for fireAltered climate forces cultural shift high in Andes The Andes' triple bottom line Glaciers go, leaving drought, conflict and tension in Andes
Curbing miners a challege in Madre de DiosLooking to create a healthier family hearthResidents form ecotourism corridor in PeruBoosting sustainable rural livelihoods key for HaitiPeru-Brazil dam plans power Amazon debate Peru's Madre de Dios: carbon-storage test ground
Killer cookstoves: indoor smoke deadly in poor countries; cleaner stoves elusiveThousands of dolphins may have died in Peru's massive die-off; cause may remain a mysteryTownspeople, gold shopkeepers highly exposed to mercury in Peru
Peruvian gold rush threatens health and environment La Oroya legacy of lead
Latin America looks to violence prevention for answersGrowing up in Rio's favelasCancer cluster in Chile linked to arsenic contaminationPeru makes progress on maternal health Providing medical care in the Peruvian Amazon Controlling Chagas' disease in urban Peru Traffic accidents scar Latin America's roads
High gold prices trigger rainforest destruction in Peru
Staking their livesCambodia: Struggle for a future
Barbara Fraser is a freelance journalist based in Lima, Peru. With 20 years of experience in Latin America, she puts a human face on current events and public policy. She offers research, writing, editing and photography services, with particular expertise in Latin American, environmental, public health and social issues.