Why is SEMARNAT exempting the Maya Train from an Environmental Impact Study?

A MIA is a technical-scientific Environmental Impact study that indicates the effects that a project.

New Benchmark Aims to End Human Rights Abuses in the Renewable Sector

In their attempts to mitigate one of the most defining crises of the modern era,.

Dust of the Sahara is no threat to the health of the population (CENAPRED)

Dust of the Sahara that is entering the skies of the Yucatan Peninsula is no.

Wind Farms in the Yucatan: When Renewables Are a Zero-Sum Enterprise

YUCATAN, México – Historically isolated from the rest of Mexico, the Yucatan peninsula has a.

Local turtle conservation project garners international attention

CAMPECHE Mexico – On the shores of Seybaplaya in Campeche, Mexico, a man releases hatchlings.

The US-Mexico Border Wall – Environmental Catastrophe in Action

TIJUANA B.C. Mexico – Perhaps the greatest signature line – and policy – of the.

The Earth’s Sixth Mass Extinction Is Accelerating

In three human lifetimes, the world could be a radically different place. But it’s not.

2020 hurricane season plus COVID-19 pandemic ‘an apocalyptic scenario’

Thanks to COVID-19, the hurricane season that officially started on Monday, June 1st, will be unlike.

Mayan beekeepers vs. Monsanto and AMLO’s Train

The company’s illegal agro-industrial practices and now the Mayan Train have made the bees disappear..

New Brazilian Highway Accelerates Rainforest Destruction

In the Amazon of northern Brazil, embattled President Jair Bolsonaro is reviving a plan to.

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Low expectations in Mexico as US election approaches

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A week before U.S. elections, expectations and attention are unusually low in a foreign country that…

Mexico seizes industrial-scale meth, fentanyl lab in CDMX

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Soldiers and police in Mexico seized an industrial-scale meth and fentanyl lab that was so big…

“Zeta” will bring a lot of rain to Yucatán; recently flooded areas on alert

MÉRIDA, Yucatán.- Given the proximity of the tropical storm “Zeta”, which is expected to enter the Yucatán Peninsula as a…

Archaeological zones of Quintana Roo register more than 28,000 visits

The four archaeological zones opened in mid-September, registered a capacity of 28,594 people, which represented 89.3% of the planned capacity…

Felipe Arizmendi, bishop emeritus of Chiapas, named cardinal by Pope Francis

He will not be able to participate in a conclave to elect or be voted as pope though. Pope Francis…