Scores of lionfish are slowly occupying the Mediterranean Sea and this could spell disaster. Their swelling numbers in the Caribbean killed numerous coral reefs and decreased native fish population. Experts say this imbalance will upset marine ecology and, in the long run, marine trade and fishery.
Dead sea lions are washing ashore on South America's Pacific coast.
Thanks to Peru, Martian potatoes might one day exist. Because why not?
Mexico’s environmental authorities will fine a wildlife company for the fatal suffocation of 124 crocodiles in a transport truck.
NASA will provide radar imagery to Peru to help protect the famed Nazca Lines, one of the world’s most mysterious archaeological sites.
Bolivia’s second-largest lake is now a dry wasteland with no hopes of ever rebounding back to life.
The destruction from the illegal gold mining activities in Peru has now reached the Tambopata National Reserve, a protected area in the country’s southern Amazon region.
Weather companies are closely monitoring Hurricane Alex as it spreads through the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, causing the unusually intense El Niño phenomenon to move toward North and South America.
According to the Pan American Health Organization 130 million people in Latin American are overweight and obese, that is almost a quarter of the population.
Light pollution threatens astronomy studies in Chile.
Because of climate change, frogs and toads from Venezuela are now in great danger of going extinct.
A group of scientists are accused of covering up the deaths of more than 300 whales beached in southern Chile for five months.
The patrol boat agreement will address the growing threat at the Amazon region.
Delegates are arriving this week for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris that will take place from November 30 to December 11 with more than 30,000 delegates. One important player in the talks will be Latin America and the Caribbean, though smaller economically than the United States and the European Union, they face the bigges…
Haiti chose former Senate leader Jocelerme Privert as its provisional president a week after President Michel Martelly stepped down from office.
The oil glut crisis has gotten worse as Iran is trying to flood the market even more with its plan to export big amounts of oil to other countries
The army chief of staff in North Korea has reportedly been executed due to corruption allegations.