The city’s “Adopt a Tree” program accounts for more than half the plantings completed under the municipal green infrastructure plan.
After the hottest and driest January in years, now come fears of wildfires.
Climate change is forcing Mayan farmers to reconsider age-tested techniques. And one local farmer thinks he has found something that works with less predictable rainfall.
Temperatures recorded Friday were not only the hottest in 2015, but in the third highest in the last 44 years and in the greatest since 1998.
You can’t beat the heat, but you can laugh it off with a humorous Facebook meme.
Merida, Yucatan, registered record temperatures over the last four months as a result of climate change, deforestation and urban growth.
Images of menacing skies and torrential downpours hit social media today as yet another tropical storm hit Merida.
Only two hurricanes are predicted this season, but that does not mean anyone on the peninsula should become complacent, experts warn.