• Experiencing Guatemala through a student lens

    Nicky Cuevas, is a great friend of Seres. She travelled to Guatemala to get in touch with our project. She just wrote a letter to her friends explaining her experience. It’s always amazing to receive this kind of email, so we decided to share it with you. “Dear Friends, I don’t normally do this, but I am

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  • Creation of environmental committee at El Salvador’s La Paz department

    Last 9th of May, SERES opened the 4th Youth Leaders for the Pachamama congress. The 2015 session took place in El Salvador. It was held at a beautiful community from San Juan Nonualco’s municipality in La Paz department. San Antonio La Laguneta’s community is located on the slopes of San Vicente (also known as Chinchontepeque)

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  • Cantel’s answer

    By Esteban Sacalxot, Secretary of the Youth Organization Forging Foundations in cantel, and President of the Permanent Council for Life Defense in Cantel. What is climate change? For many of us these are new words in our vocabulary. For others, they’re fashionable words, and for others, they’re a mystery. But climate change affects other global

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  • Creation of environmental committee at El Salvador’s La Paz department

    Last May SERES opened the Youth Leaders for the Pachamama congress at a beautiful community from San Juan Nonualco’s municipality in La Paz department. San Antonio La Laguneta’s community is located on the slopes of San Vicente (also known as Chinchontepeque) volcano. It’s dominant crops are coffee and citrus fruits due to high altitude and

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