It is estimated that only one or two adult jaguars remain for every 3,000 hectares in the Yucatán.
The vandal who cut down a row of 16 trees in on Avenida Líbano is still at large, but new trees have replaced the ones he destroyed. Also, the city has launched five mobile recycling stations.
Despite the fact that Yucatán continues to be the main honey producer in the country, its production has been decreasing year by year.
A “zero tolerance” approach to protecting Scorpion Reef is reflected in a 10-million-peso fine levied against the owner of a boat that ran aground there last month.
A popup bike rental station started operating today at La Plancha, a project to benefit efforts to construct a park there.
Fishermen have banded together, vowing to block the port if that’s what it takes to prevent oil drilling off Yucatán.
One of Mexico’s major political parties is fighting a move to auction off a piece of Yucatán’s Gulf for oil exploration.
A pleasure boat that ran aground may have damaged the Scorpion Reef’s habitat, says the federal environmental agency.
Police looking for whoever chopped down a row of freshly planted trees have taken an interest in surveillance photos of a man running down the street.
One month after the president issued a decree that was supposed to protect Los Alacranes from oil exploration, the nearby Yucatán Platform is suddenly in play.