In the face of climate change, farmers seek new opportunities
Waste pickers boost the region’s circular economy
A woman-led start-up offers economic opportunities to low-income people
Oct 25, 2017
Institutions of Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and the Dominican Republic win the Inter-American Awards for Financial and Business Innovation of the IDB
Dec 7, 2017
Avocado and quinoa in the Andes: small farmers exporting and improving resilience to climate change
Dec 1, 2017
Transporte de insumos y muestras médicas mediante el uso de drones: resultados preliminares
Nov 29, 2017
Early Lessons Learned in SIINC Pay-for-Success Projects
Decisor Crea: un paso al futuro
Nov 20, 2017
La bola de cristal de los empleos del futuro
Nov 15, 2017
Las vacas y la infraestructura para su bienestar
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In the Valley of Mexico and in Northern Baja California, residential water fixtures are typically inefficient, using about 40% more water and 25% more energy than more modern, water-saving devices available on the market. The MIF partnered with Camino Sabio Azul to achieve economic savings for low-income residents through reduced water usage by implementing water- and energy-saving devices using financing from carbon credits.
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