South & Central America & The Caribbean

Un grupo de pescadores peruanos salva a una ballena

La cría de cachalote estaba atrapada en una red en la costa norte de Perú cuando fue encontrada.

26 July 2016

How to catch a poacher: Breaking Bad and fake eggs

Conservationists and law enforcement have struggled to catch the Walter Whites behind wildlife trafficking.

26 July 2016

Glacier retreat upsets river species balance

As global warming causes glaciers to melt, rivers lose their diversity of plants and animals at an alarming rate, scientists warn.

19 July 2016

The sea creature no one can find

The vaquita porpoise is considered the world's most endangered marine mammal.


13 July 2016

Bolivian expedition discovers 1,000th bird species

Expedition researchers have found thousands of species in Madidi National Park – and even uncovered some new ones.

08 July 2016

Amazon fires: Humans make rainforest more flammable

Human disturbances are making the Amazon rainforest more flammable, according to researchers.


29 June 2016

Los animales expulsados del canal de Panamá

Cae la noche en la antigua laguna de Cocoli, en la zona norte del Pacífico panameño.

El Mundo

25 June 2016

Brazil's giant dams risk destroying heart of the Amazon, says Greenpeace

Construction of 40 dams in the Tapajós river basin would severely affect indigenous people and is not justifiable economically, says new report

15 June 2016

Is Brazil’s threatened bird situation Latin America’s future?

Brazil is the canary in the coal mine for the neotropics, indicating the potential future if the rest of the developing world follows the globally inherited pathway to success.

08 June 2016

World Oceans Day – Focus on the Galapagos

With today being World Oceans Day, CMS is looking at Ecuador, which in March this year designated 40,000 square kilometres of the waters around the Galapagos Islands as conservation areas.

07 June 2016