Panama's plan to go green and reforest 1 million hectares by 2050

In recent years, Panama has experienced the impacts of climate change, from flooding and landslides caused by torrential rains to hurricanes that killed 20 people last year. Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Anastasia Moloney

Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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An aerial view of the new Panama Canal expansion project on the Atlantic side of the Panama. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Jasso - S1BETDNJVDAA

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