Greenpeace Ship Esperanza Conducts Water Sampling In Manila Bay

Greenpeace is known for staging elaborate stunts aimed at bringing attention to their causes, but they made a major boo boo when demanding action on climate change by defacing an ancient archeological site in Peru. A group of environmental activist tramped into a protected area that features the famous Nazca lines, a UNESCO World Heritage… Keep reading →

Lima: Teeming City Of 9 Million Reflects Peru's Growing Pains

US Secretary of State John Kerry was expected to arrive in Lima (Peru) on Thursday – as previously reported by The New York Times and the BBC – and evidenced by his helicopter already on the ground in Lima Thursday afternoon, according to sources. This exemplifies the importance that “the Obama administration has placed on… Keep reading →