There’s a new newspaper in town and it’s practicing green, not yellow, jouralism.
After a builder illegally leveled a 375-square-meter coastal dune ecosystem, federal authorities ordered construction halted, Profepa announced Wednesday.
While 20 years ago, Tulum was still “a hidden paradise with only a few beachfront boutique hotels and houses,” today it’s “crammed with more than a hundred hotels and restaurants.”
The Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa) temporarily shut down a construction site where a threatened thatch palm was apparently cleared.
The spring migration has begun. Say bye-bye to some of our hummingbirds until they make a reverse trip in the fall.
Encouraging statistics are coming from the second National Jaguar Census, which will be completed and released later this year.
The Mayakan natural-gas pipeline project is scheduled to begin flowing in Yucatán by the beginning of next year.
Local agents from Profepa, the federal environmental agency, stopped workers from dumping rubble onto coastal wetland.
A special insurance policy covers endangered reefs off the Yucatán Peninsula against hurricanes, storms and other natural disasters.
A U.S. federal judge Tuesday tossed a lawsuit filed by Yucatán state in answer to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.