Using fire to clear land is not new, but research shows ancient techniques may be more sustainable.
$215 million dollars are lost annually as a result of deforestation by drug gangs in South America who are clearing trees for illegal airports and cocaine warehouses. All of this is incre...
Weak economical growth in Latin America has left left it vulnerable to it being overtaken by other countries. In order to make growth more dynamic, digital technology must be used to crea...
Black bears are one of a number of species adapting to life with humans, and in some cases, benefiting.
The Americas is a hotspot for gun deaths, with over half of deaths worldwide occurring in just six countries in the region, according to 2016 data.
The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean are at risk from international relationships such as US-China trade tensions. This is how.
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.