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
Feb 22, 2018
Jardinería de Coral: Transformando vidas dentro y fuera del mar
Feb 20, 2018
¡Startup Fintech sé parte del mayor estudio de la industria Fintech en América Latina!
Feb 14, 2018
Creating sustainable agribusiness for St Lucia
Feb 2, 2018
Innovative weather index insurance help small growers in Paraguay mitigate climate risk
Jan 15, 2018
What’s your network effect?
Dec 7, 2017
Avocado and quinoa in the Andes: small farmers exporting and improving resilience to climate change
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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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