How Rotary’s Environment Area of Focus is evolving

How Rotary’s Environment Area of Focus is evolving

Insights from Keith Madden, The Rotary Foundation Manager for the Environment By Ariel Miller, ESRAG Newsletter Editor We’re delighted to provide an update on Rotary’s expanding environmental action, thanks to Keith Madden, The Rotary Foundation (TRF) Manager for the...
Central American Rotarians unite to save Rio Motagua

Central American Rotarians unite to save Rio Motagua

By Natalia Luque, ESRAG Latin America Correspondent What brought together many Rotary Clubs of Guatemala, Honduras and Belize, government entities of those nations, and more than 25 private companies in a common pact? The answer is a river with the largest watershed...
How Rotary Will Connect at COP 28

How Rotary Will Connect at COP 28

By Dr. Mina Venkataraman, ESRAG Director Rotary and UAE Rotaractors will anchor two pavilions at COP 28 in Dubai, one in the Blue Zone and one in the Green Zone. Top Rotary leaders including RI President Gordon McInally, Rotary Foundation Chair Barry Rassin, and...
Remembering Jorge Aufranc

Remembering Jorge Aufranc

By Ariel Miller, ESRAG Newsletter Editor The ESRAG Board reports with great sorrow the death of their fellow Director Jorge Aufranc of Guatemala on Sept. 5. He was a leader at Rotary’s highest levels, including serving as a Rotary International Director, Rotary...
Seven Directors Elected/Appointed

Seven Directors Elected/Appointed

The results are in!  Seven Rotarians start new terms on ESRAG’s Board this year.  They represent six nations and bring an array of environmental knowledge, professional expertise, and Rotary leadership experience to ESRAG. Tim Conners, Clari Nolet, and Michael...