Entrepreneurs living in Rio de Janeiro's favelas are fighting stereotypes by offering unique and safe tourism opportunities, and social media is helping.
The huge bloom of sargassum algae is causing big issues for the country’s tourism industry.
The Latin American capital offers tolerance and freedom to migrants fleeing persecution for their sexuality in other parts of the country, following the reignited tension between Mexico a...
With their strong culture of mass-transit systems, Latin American and Caribbean cities could become urban mobility success stories by going digital.
After a couple's request to be married was denied by Ecuador's civil registry, they sued and now the Latin American nation is the 27th country to allow same-sex marriage.
New online disaster mitigation tools make use of modern technology to provide information and support around natural disasters, but not everyone has equal access to these resources.
Global tourism has a tendency to harm the very things tourists come to see. Archaeologists fear that is just what is about to happen in Peru, with the development of an international airp...
Mexico’s capital city is thought to be second only to New York when it comes to producing waste. Now it’s taking steps to tackle the problem, starting with plastics.
Between 1936 and 1966, every single book published in Spain had to be submitted to a national board of censors for examination.
Researchers aimed to find out which languages had the largest number of features that differed most from other languages. English came in 33rd position out of 239 languages, proving “weir...
A third cheaper than regular fuel and significantly less polluting, prickly pear biogas is being trialled in Zitácuaro city.
Roma, which was dedicated to Mexico's domestic workforce by director Alfonso Cuarón, has spurred conversation back home over women and workers' rights.
Although Costa Rica only represents a minuscule share of the global carbon footprint, its president hopes it can set an example for other nations to follow.
It is a myth that socially responsible pension investments and decent returns are mutually exclusive.
The Venezuelan experience should lead to a rethink of both left and right nationalist alternatives to the modern global mainstream, argues Oleg Barabanov