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Fracking Expands Under the Radar on Mexican Lands
Environment  (tags: fracking, frack is whack, Mexico, environment, destruction, ecosystems, pollution, healthconditions, water, world, energy )

Cal
- 20 hours ago - ipsnews.net
Fracking is quietly expanding in Mexico, unregulated and shrouded in opacity, according to the non-governmental Cartocrítica, which says at least 924 wells have been drilled in six of the countryâEUR(TM)s 32 states âEUR" including 349 in Veracruz.
Undersea Phosphate Mine Threatens Mexico's Gray Whale Nursery
Environment  (tags: proposed development, habitatdestruction, marine life, Mexico, corporate greed, mining interests, activism, environment, destruction, ecosystems, animals, world, wildlife, protection, pollution, habitat )

Cal
- 16 days ago - theecologist.org
A project to mine 225,000 acres of seabed in Baja California's San Ignacio lagoon threatens the myriad sea life of the area...not just Gray whales but Blues, Humpbacks and Loggerhead turtles, from noise, disturbance and radioactive releases.
Fear Silences Human Trafficking Victims - Mexico Prosecutor
World  (tags: world, humanrights, freedoms, mexico, Human Trafficking, victims )

Rose
- 32 days ago - channelnewsasia.com
BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Zunduri, enslaved at a dry cleaners shop in Mexico City, was so thirsty at one point she blistered her mouth trying to drink steam
US Mexico Water Pact Brings Life Back To Colorado Rivers Parched Delta
Environment  (tags: USA, Mexico, Colorado river, Minute 319, Sea of Cortez, Yuma clapper rail, southwestern willow flycatcher, yellow-billed cuckoo, native birds )

Dandelion
- 49 days ago - america.aljazeera.com
This is the first agreement of its kind by neighboring countries to give water back to a river they share, it ordered the release of a single pulse flow of water that mimicked natural surge flows in spring. Native birds not seen in half century returned
Press Release: Sea Shepherd Announces Partnership With Government of Mexico
Offbeat  (tags: Sea shepherd, partnership, Mexico, porpoise, conservation )

Scooby
- 54 days ago - scoop.co.nz
Sea Shepherd Announces Partnership with Government of Mexico to Protect the Endangered Vaquita Porpoise And Other Marine Species
When Life Hands You Lemons Make Cinco De Mayo
Society & Culture  (tags: Cinco de Mayo, Mexico, USA, Corona, California, Lemon Capital of The World )

Dandelion
- 54 days ago - time.com
Take a moment to reflect on the evolution of this holiday that commemorates the Americanization of a Mexican diaspora eager to assert its own identity and, increasingly, the Mexicanization of mainstream U.S. culture as well. Salud!
How a Mexican Band Makes Music Out of Rubbish - (VIDEO) the Garbage Orchestra
Offbeat  (tags: off-beat, music, interesting, recycling, rubbish, garbage, instruments, Mexico, Garbage Orchestra )

Evelyn
- 55 days ago - facebook.com
A group of musicians who could not afford to buy instruments, started making their own - from rubbish and recycled materials. The Garbage Orchestra from Mexico City has been going for seven years and has three albums to its credit.
Mexico Halts Commercial Net Fishing to Protect Endangered Porpoise
Offbeat  (tags: Mexico, halts, gill nets, good news, porpoise, endangered )

Scooby
- 80 days ago - latino.foxnews.com
The Mexican government has announced a two-year suspension of commercial fishing with the gillnets, trawl nets or nets with multiple hooks used on small fishing boats at the northern end of the Gulf of California
Mexico - NO to the Death of More Than 400 Former Circus Animals
Animals  (tags: Animals, circus, Mexico, animal protection, save, petition )

Scooby
- 83 days ago - change.org
Is the result of not having planned well "animal law" enacted by the Green Party in Mexico now do not know what to do with all the animals that are now free.
Astonishing Scenes at Woman's Funeral as Stray Dogs Unexpectedly Show Up to Pay Their Respects to Lady Who Used to Feed Them
Offbeat  (tags: Funeral, Mexico, strays, dogs, heartwarming, feed )

Scooby
- 92 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A funeral for a woman in Mexico took an unexpected turn when a number of stray dogs unexpectedly showed up to pay their respects.
Teachers and Parents Sustain the Struggle for Mexico's Missing Ayotzinapa Students
World  (tags: Mexico, Ayotzinapa, 43, Disappeared, Police, Cartels, Protests )

Brian
- 104 days ago - wagingnonviolence.org
Five months ago, Mexico was shaken by one of its worst acts of political violence in decades: the disappearance on September 26 of 43 student teachers and killing of several others from the Ayotzinapa teachersâEUR(TM) college in rural Guerrero, by police...
Mexico Circus Ban 'Will Leave Thousands of Tigers, Elephants and Camels Homeless'
Offbeat  (tags: Circus, Mexico, animals, homeless, ban )

Scooby
- 104 days ago - ibtimes.co.uk
Thousands of exotic species such as camels, tigers and elephants are at risk of becoming homeless in Mexico as the country's new law banned the use of animals in circuses to tackle animal cruelty.
Shocking Pictures Show How Cockfighting Birds Have RAZORBLADES Strapped to Their Legs to Make It âEUR~More InterestingâEUR(TM)
Offbeat  (tags: Mexico, cockfighting, razor blades, festival, animal cruelty )

Scooby
- 105 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Mexican cockfighting promoters on Friday kicked off an event billed as the largest exhibition of the bloodsport the country has ever seen.
MONSANTO LOSES GMO PERMIT IN MEXICO âEUR" JUDGE SIDES WITH THE BEES
World  (tags: world, humanrights, good news, Mexico, Bees, monsanto )

Rose
- 107 days ago - breaking-news.ca
A number of countries around the world have now completely banned GM food and the pesticides that go with them,
Protect the Vaquita - Greenpeace PETITION - URGENT
World  (tags: porpoise, vaquita, mexico, extinction, endangered animals, endangered wild )

Milca
- 120 days ago - greenpeace.org.au
The vaquita is a rare porpoise that lives only in the Gulf of California in Mexico. They're shy and rarely seen - except when they are pulled up to the surface, dead, in nets. Destructive fishing is responsible for driving the vaquita towards extinction.
 

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