Cancún airport mayhem and woefully unprepared institutions are the legacy of a government that failed to act in a timely fashion.
Despite environmental restrictions, the president approved the state oil company’s plan to develop over the protected mangroves in his home state.
Differences in people’s reactions to the spread of Covid-19 and to more threatening tropical diseases locally show how far a media storm can stir panic.
Instead of relying on overblown government initiatives, a non-profit in Campeche is effecting wide-ranging socio-environmental change from the ground up.
Once considered the hidden gem of the Riviera Maya, Tulum garnered a reputation for bohemianism that led to its inevitable drift toward commercialism.
In the battle to be the cultural capital of the Yucatán, the localized mindset of Campeche is often at odds with the outward-looking culture of Mérida.
As criminal violence has spiraled in Cancún, adversely affecting tourism, security forces have taken drastic but often misguided measures to rein it in.
Despite his widespread popularity, AMLO’s refusal to acknowledge opposition to the potential consequences of his Maya Train project could backfire later on.