The Historic Center is Mérida’s most polluted area, up to five times worse than other neighborhoods, said UNAM researcher María del Carmen Delgado Carranza.
Protestors in Humún have made good on their promise to take their campaign to the entire world.
One little tree surrounded by acres of cement isn’t going without a fight.
Mexico’s jaguar population has grown in the past eight years, according to a study released Thursday.
Guatemala’s death toll reached 69 but was expected to climb into the hundreds following Sunday’s volcanic eruption.
Sargassum, a nutrient-rich algae which commonly washes up on Yucatán Peninsula’s beaches, may serve as an environmentally friendly fertilizer alternative.
Around 60 researchers from more than 20 countries today return to Yucatán to announce what they found when they drilled off the coast of Sisal and Progreso in 2016.
It’s a banner year for pink flamingos, with a record 21,960 nests counted in Yucatán’s Ría Lagartos Biosphere Reserve.
Faced with the lack of action by local, state and federal authorities regarding a solution to Progreso’s so-called “relleno sanitario” or “sanitary landfill,” the population of Flamboyanes faces daily health risks.
After four years of preparation, “La Casa del Desierto” is a new exhibit at the Roger Orellana Regional Botanical Garden.