More than 1,500 pounds of garbage was removed from a cenote, and it wasn’t easy.
The city is competing to be a 2017 “Earth Hour Capital.” That means that Mérida will have to come up with some bold plans by September.
The city has grown 200 percent in 25 years. So what about the next 23?
Solar panels and green roofs have earned 235 homeowners property tax relief between 23 and 35 percent this year.
As demand for Mexico’s native avocado rises, deforestation and water supplies are a concern.
Sea turtle nesting and Easter week coincides this year, which is worrying to anyone concerned about the fragile sea turtle population.
Two wind farm projects will begin construction in April, reports the head of the Economic Development Secretariat (Sefoe), Ernesto Herrera Novelo.
Less waste, less driving, more solar power. A “Green Team” at the library is making the expat hangout a more environmentally sensitive space.
After the hottest and driest January in years, now come fears of wildfires.
Three new ecotourism routes at this tiny village comisaría combine gardens, honeybees and a haunted hacienda.