John Kerry, the U.S. special envoy on climate change says the planet is “not on a good track”

The world is “not on a good track” to meet a global goal to avoid.

Climate Change is fueling violent water conflicts in Africa

Violent confrontations over increasingly scarce water in Africa have broken out in northern Cameroon, causing.

Antarctic glacier the size of Florida on the verge of collapse could result in several feet of global sea-level rise

An Antarctic glacier the size of Florida is on the verge of collapse, scientists with.

Developing nations say a more aggressive action is needed to combat climate change

GLASGOW, Scotland — As COP26 comes to an end, developing nations pleaded for more aggressive.

One billion people could face deadly heat stress if the planet warms up 2 degrees Celsius

Climate crisis is cooking up a lethal mix of heat and humidity, according to a.

Obama tells young climate change activists to “calm down”

GLASGOW, Scotland — Former President Barack Obama made a plea to young people to adopt.

Climate change may force the US to update immigration system

The Biden administration on Wednesday released a report that predicts climate change will force “tens of millions”.

Recent climate report says Greenhouse gas levels hit a new record

GENEVA (AP) — Greenhouse gas concentrations hit a new record high last year and increased.

Climate change impacts access to food, warns specialist

Izarelly Rosillo Pantoja, an international consultant, proposes a green recovery fund in the states to.

Brazil Amazon deforestation rises to highest level in over a decade

Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest surged to a 12-year high in 2020, official government data showed.

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Yucatan State Government creates the ‘Citizen Council’ to mitigate climate change

This is in order to provide information, technical opinions and, in general, advice on particular issues on climate change to…

TAG Airlines prepares a new Mérida-Guatemala route

TAG Airlines also announced a flight that will connect the capital of the Central American country not only with Merida…

UADY students return to face-to-face classes on January 31

The return to classrooms and other university facilities, such as laboratories, workshops or clinics, will be done with a limited…

Xiomara Castro becomes Honduras’ first female president (Watch Video)

Xiomara Castro was sworn in as Honduras' first female president Thursday, January 27th, in the capital, Tegucigalpa. (HONDURAS - TYT).- Castro,…

Citizens denounce Mérida “Tianguistas” for not following security measures

Citizens assures that when attending the "Tianguis" in Mérida, at least 50% of the vendors do not use the face…