Category Archives: Ecology

Save money, cut pollution, take a colectivo

TravelYucatán.com offers an overview and good advice on using colectivos: A colectivo is a form of transportation in Mexico that is generally geared towards moving the population around Mexico’s vast labyrinth of roads and highways. Quite often the colectivo is

Save money, cut pollution, take a colectivo

TravelYucatán.com offers an overview and good advice on using colectivos: A colectivo is a form of transportation in Mexico that is generally geared towards moving the population around Mexico’s vast labyrinth of roads and highways. Quite often the colectivo is

Even “beach tourism” needs nature

From an article titled “Can Ecotourism Be More Than an Illusion?” by Stephen Leahy on Tierramérica: Tourism has a paradox at its core: it has revealed natural wonders that humanity realizes it cannot allow to disappear, but at the same

Even “beach tourism” needs nature

From an article titled “Can Ecotourism Be More Than an Illusion?” by Stephen Leahy on Tierramérica: Tourism has a paradox at its core: it has revealed natural wonders that humanity realizes it cannot allow to disappear, but at the same

Mexico City bans use of plastic bags. Could the Riviera Maya?

From an article by Nacha Cattan posted on The News: Mexico City’s Assembly on Tuesday passed a ban on all plastic bags at grocery stores and supermarkets. The ban will go into effect in one year, giving the plastic industry

Mexico City bans use of plastic bags. Could the Riviera Maya?

From an article by Nacha Cattan posted on The News: Mexico City’s Assembly on Tuesday passed a ban on all plastic bags at grocery stores and supermarkets. The ban will go into effect in one year, giving the plastic industry

Turn the Tide for Turtles

From the Ocean Project’s Seas the Day campaign: With spring coming (at least in the northern hemisphere), you can begin to think of new ways to transport yourself that will also help our ocean planet . . . by rethinking

Turn the Tide for Turtles

From the Ocean Project’s Seas the Day campaign: With spring coming (at least in the northern hemisphere), you can begin to think of new ways to transport yourself that will also help our ocean planet . . . by rethinking

Watch your plastic (bags and bottles, that is, not the credit card)

A common site along the Mexican Caribbean when snorkeling, diving, or just swimming on the surface. Photo by Gavin Parsons, Greenpeace, from the Marine Photobank. Though Charles Moore’s presentation focuses on the Pacific Ocean, plastic punctuates beaches throughout the Caribbean.

Watch your plastic (bags and bottles, that is, not the credit card)

A common site along the Mexican Caribbean when snorkeling, diving, or just swimming on the surface. Photo by Gavin Parsons, Greenpeace, from the Marine Photobank. Though Charles Moore’s presentation focuses on the Pacific Ocean, plastic punctuates beaches throughout the Caribbean.

CEA Festival Itinerary Feb 25 and 26 2009

FEBRERO 25 FEBRUARY Programa de Actividades 4to Festival Anual CEA Activities Program 4th CEA Festival Fecha Hora Actividades con Coordinadores Lugar Date Hour Activity with Coordinators Place 25 8:30 Yoga Escenario febrero 10:00 Stage 8:30 Expo. Reptiles Salón CEA 9:00

CEA Festival Itinerary Feb 25 and 26 2009

FEBRERO 25 FEBRUARY Programa de Actividades 4to Festival Anual CEA Activities Program 4th CEA Festival Fecha Hora Actividades con Coordinadores Lugar Date Hour Activity with Coordinators Place 25 8:30 Yoga Escenario febrero 10:00 Stage 8:30 Expo. Reptiles Salón CEA 9:00