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A huge ceiba tree, considered sacred in many cultures, was transplanted rather than chopped down at the Merida International Airport. Photo:...
Giant trees at the Merida airport, where the sounds of countless grackles could be heard by travelers, have been chopped down...
A palm tree shades beachgoers in Key Biscayne, Fla. Photo: AP A fatal bacteria that originated in Yucatan...
Luis Gerardo Herrera Tuz ran Yucatán's seed laboratory. Photo: Courtesy The Yucatan Peninsula's natural treasures are at risk...
Higher fines to match 2015 sanction against Prolongacion car dealership.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced a reforestation program across southern Mexico. Photo: Courtesy Fruit and timber trees will...
The age-old tradition of planting fruit-bearing or flowering trees in the backyard is due for a revival, said a researcher at the Center for Scientific Research of Yucatan (CICY).
After more than 20 years of research, a retired biologist has released a vividly illustrated book devoted to Yucatán's palm trees.
One little tree surrounded by acres of cement isn't going without a fight.
A young entrepreneur is holding an online fundraiser to bring more trees to Santa Ana park.
Three years ago, neighbors mobilized and planted 100 trees on the perimeter of La Plancha. All that work has paid off.
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.
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.
Starting in the Centro Histórico, the city is preparing to cut down about 400,000 sick trees. That represents roughly 17 percent of the municipality's 2.3 million trees.
The City Council is poised to announce a plan to remove and replace some of the oldest arboles in public spaces here.
For the 60,000th tree planted under the Municipal Green Infrastructure Plan, Mayor Mauricio Vila Dosal grabbed a shovel.
A campaign to bring more green to the city has been ongoing for years, but do trees belong on the narrow sidewalks of the Centro?
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