Maria Salazar


Maria Angeles lives in Spain. She started translating for Mongabay in 2013 after finishing her postgraduate studies. She is now helping the team as the Translation Coordinator. Apart from her work for Mongabay, she works part-time as a translator and interpreter. Before joining the team, she worked as an English teacher and volunteered her time translating for different non-profits. She wants to contribute to make the world a better place to live in with her work

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Ecuador’s Indigenous Cofán show how to have your turtle and eat it too

Turning bat caves into sanctuaries: Interview with Mexican ecologist Rodrigo Medellín

Mexico’s first black-and-white hawk-eagle nest is a treasure trove for researchers

Bird-watching offers potential for conservation & economy in Colombia’s Guaviare

Bringing the forgotten small wildcats of Latin America into the light

To protect its iconic condors, an entire Bolivian town declared itself a reserve

Glyphosate leaves its mark even in protected areas of Brazil’s Cerrado

Top French court orders closure of fisheries amid mass dolphin deaths

CO2 in, methane out? Study highlights complexity of coastal carbon sinks

Three small steps for mankind, one giant leap for the climate

Fishing communities create marine refuges to protect Chile’s biodiversity

Swinging to safety: How canopy bridges may save Costa Rica’s howlers

When nature gives them a chance to collab, jaguars aren’t so solitary after all

The dark side of light: Coastal urban lighting threatens marine life, study shows

New app tells donors what communities need to stop deforestation: Q&A with Health In Harmony

Democratizing the deep sea: Q&A with Ocean Discovery League’s Katy Croff Bell

New app transforms data gathering for wildlife in Papua New Guinea

In São Paulo, Indigenous Guarani unite over their reclaimed farming tradition

Across Latin America, palm oil violations abound — with little accountability

For species on the very brink of extinction, cloning is a loaded last resort

As temperatures rise, so does risk of kidney disease, study finds

‘We scientists engage in soft diplomacy’: Q&A with Christine Wilkinson

Reclaiming tradition: Amazonian women ditch mining for biocosmetics

Barrage of droughts weakens Amazon’s capacity to bounce back, study finds

In Latin America, the law is ‘a tool to silence’ environmental defenders

Boosting human and machine expertise with conservation tech: Q&A with Sara Beery

In wildlife traffickers, the internet finds a cancel target everyone agrees on

For Indigenous Zoró, the Brazil nut is a weapon against deforestation

Amazonian birds are shrinking in response to climate change, study shows

Galápagos census looks at impacts on turtles during and after COVID lockdown

You can’t see them to count them, but Amazonian manatees seem to be recovering

In Brazil’s wildlife care centers, struggles and successes go unseen

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