Experts analyze how these fads played out in the region
The country has so much solar energy it gave it away.
New research shows 83% of the world lives under light-polluted skies, this can damage human's health.
The initiative intends to stabilize El Oro parakeets population and reverse their decline.
Climate change will have a great impact on Latin America, a region with vast biodiversity and economies that are highly dependent on commodities
The autonomous boat was launched on June 1 and aims to complete a solar journey across the Atlantic.
Researchers in Iceland are trapping CO2 by turning it into rock.
Latin American countries should worry about tire disposal as it poses environmental damage.
The reserve has generally succeeded in providing sustainable livelihoods but deforestation, oil developments and drug trafficking remain a huge problem.
Ornithologist Rafael Bessa was making his way through the woods he saw a Blue-eyed Ground-dove. Before that day, in 2015, the species had not been seen for 75 years.
Weak laws and poorly funded security forces enable criminal networks to profit from the plunder of Earth's resources.
An international team of biologists identified the negative interactions between dam construction and biodiversity and ecosystem services.
The Mediterranean sea has become the main obstacle for thousands of migrants and is also the most polluted water basin in the world.
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.
Scientific papers suggest even if humanity stop global warming gas emissions, a six meter sea level rise might be inevitable.
The bacteria can take CO2 out of the air and convert it into alcohol fuel.
The Port States Measures Agreement will come into force on June 5
The cactus is bringing farmers a new source of income through prickly pear fruit jam.
With 15 minor oil spills every day the ecosystem has been largely damaged by the oil fever and negligence.
98% of cities in low and middle income countries do not meet WHO air quality guidelines.
60% of its power will be coming from renewable energy sources.
It is likely 2016 will be the hottest year ever recorded, April was 1.11C warmer than in 2015.