There are no more than 30 vaquitas left in Mexico’s Gulf of California and captivity might be their last resort.
Since 2011 Uruguayan’s zoos have been turning into eco parks and natural reserves and most of its animals are now enjoying better life conditions.
The Lowline Park is NY urban jungle, it uses a distributor dish to transmit sunlight into the space and enables plants and trees to grow.
A two-year project aims to learn why hundreds of baby southern right whales washed up on the coast.
This campaign aims to end the demand of turtleshell in Latin America.
Turtles, iguanas, caimans and canaries are the most trafficked species.
Last week the best 500 projects of the region were showcased.
The Kankuamo marquezi tarantula is found in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia.
A study published in Nature Communications explains how it is possible to avoid deforestation and still feed the world in 2050.
Sunglasses and skateboards are being produced with recycled fishing nets in Chile.
Colombian President announced 100,000 hectares of the rare ecosystem will be delimited. In February a court had declared oil, gas and mining operations illegal in these territories.
Climate change will not only affect the environment but also what people drink, the sports they play and even their moods.
The people of Tasco in Colombia are refusing the reopening of an iron mine in their region after they've become aware of its consequences.
The Colombian primate has survived despite illegal trafficking and habitat loss.
It aims to restore land to the way It was before humans dominated the planet.
On the surface, the outcome of the Paris climate summit falls far short of what is needed to save the planet from global warming. Then again, maybe practical success isn’t the measure by which it should be judged.
Researchers have developed a rewritable paper-like surface that can be printed and erased 40 times without a loss in resolution.
Large earthwakes are more likely to occur during the two lunar phases when tidal stresses on Earth are the highest, Japanese study reveals.
The Manchineel tree or beach apple is perhaps the most dangerous trees in the world and is now in danger of extinction.
The ICC will begin treating crimes against environment as crimes against humanity.
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