Mérida will host the World Environmental Summit “S.O.S. Earth”

With the aim of making a call to the world to urgently stop the environmental.

A fire caused by burning garbage goes out of control in Uman, Yucatan

Considerable material damage and alarm among the population was caused by the fire of a.

Yucatan could receive up to 4 intense hurricanes this 2022

This 2022 will be very active in terms of hurricanes, due to the meteorological phenomenon.

Mexico burns: 68 active forest fires in 19 states

In hot weather, it is more likely that a fire will start in forests and.

AMLO says that only 30 kilometers of “right of way” are still to be acquired for the Maya Train Project to be completed

The release of the 30-kilometer right of way for the Maya Train project is pending,.

UNAM experts ask to suspend the Maya Train Project until the necessary environmental impact studies are properly conducted

Researchers from UNAM and environmental organizations ask the federal government to suspend the section 5.

Greenpeace activists immobilized machinery used to build the Maya Train in Quintana Roo

Activists from the international group Greenpeace symbolically immobilized machinery that would be used for the.

The city council works for a greener Mérida

Through the “Arbolízate” program the municipal government creates synergies with the educational community to increase.

AMLO assures that the Maya Train will lead to development, not destruction

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, pointed out that the Yucatan peninsula, except Cancun.

Authorities report excessive amounts of sargassum on the coast of Quintana Roo

The Secretariat of Ecology and Environment stated that the beaches of the Mexican Caribbean present.

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