Since the signing of the Peace Accords in El Salvador in 1992, environmental issues have occupied an important position within national-level political debate.The TAI coalition has focused on access rights related to natural resource use, since the exploitation of natural resources has increased in the last two decades.The TAI El Salvador coalition is led by the Unidad Ecológica Salvadoreña (UNES), a non-governmental organization that advocates for the protection and conservation of the natural environment in El Salvador and the region. UNES is a federation of environmentally-minded organizations and individuals which promotes sustainability and environmental defense. UNES’s mission is to defend nature and improve the quality of life of the El Salvadoran people by fostering the participation of the general public in government activities at the regional, national, and international lEl Salvador carried out its first TAI assessment in 2005. In 2010, UNES worked with the World Resources Institute to evaluate the state of access to information in the country, with an emphasis on water, mega-infrastructure projects and natural disasters. The TAI coalition in El Salvador has also been involved in the Principle 10 process for Latin America and the Caribbean by participating in the negotiations process and working in collaboration with other TAI partners at the regional level.