Although basic public services have been restored, economic, commercial and educational activities have come to a halt.
Yucatán state of Mexico has become a new energy frontier in the country, while the indigenous population is fearful of losing out on their livelihoods.
Mexicans are increasingly using social media as a tool to discuss and protest.
The simultaneous price hikes for fuel, electricity and domestic gas sparked protests in a climate of discontent over growing impunity, corruption and social inequality.
For the fracking industry, good times will return when Trump is sworn in. In May he launched a plan for the first 100 days of his administration, which included giving a strong boost to the sector.
At a conference in Honolulu, activists, governments and others are discussing why it’s necessary to improve indigenous people’s participation in setting environmental targets.