The MID Center business complex, rising by one of the city’s busiest intersections, will be Mérida’s first privately owned building with a global certification of environmental sustainability.
Leoni, a leading European provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, has officially opened a new, environmentally friendly wiring systems plant here.
Scientists have found a cryptic world in the underwater systems guarded by Yucatán’s already mysterious cenotes.
The federal government has revoked Monsanto’s permit to commercialize genetically modified soy in seven states, including Yucatán, Campeche and Quintana Roo.
An interactive ecological park is about to open where 500 exotic birds from Mexico City are feathering their nests.
At least 40 cenotes in Yucatán are in urgent need of intervention, and on Saturday, Expediciones Grosjean will begin work cleaning some of them.
Almost a year after the state government declared the area free of GMO crops, state authorities are sticking to their guns despite a looming federal order to reverse it.
Brushing aside fears that a white elephant had been built between two piers, the Port Administration has projected that its Plaza Comercial will be open before the Easter holidays.
An environmental group has denounced Seduma, the state secretary of urban development, for favoring a mega pig farm in the Cenote Zone.
Upset about deforestation of their lands, residents have managed to force state officials to delay a huge solar-energy park.