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Posted by on in General Environment
The Earth is suffering from human activities. Here are 50 photos show human's "masterpiece".  1. A turtle deformed by plastic ring. 2. A seal is tangled by abandoned fishing wire, causing its neck split. 3. A sea bird is covered by oil. The only thing it can do is waiting to die. 4. I...
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Posted by on in Ecotourism
  Ecotourism, often mistaken as extreme sports, actually consists in visiting relatively undisturbed geographical areas, in order to enjoy and appreciate their natural and cultural attractions, through a process that promotes conservation, and low environmental impact. Ecoturism also encourage...
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Posted by on in Animals
  If you are in Mexico visiting some of the places where this beautiful butterfly migrates every year from all around the world, you have to stick to some important rules to protect them. It's very important because a huge amount of people come to this places to visit the natural landscapes an...
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Posted by on in Lakes/Rivers/Wetlands
Ramona Yesenia stood in her town square with two empty jugs, waiting for water to replace the municipal supply contaminated by a chemical spill that turned Mexico's Sonora river orange.   Yesenia is one of 20,000 people left without water since a massive sulfuric acid leak...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
A law recently passed by the Mexican legislature will reduce emissions of carbon dioxide by 30 percent below business-as-usual levels by 2020, and by 50 percent below 2000 levels by 2050, reported Nature. By 2024, Mexico will also derive 35 percent of its electricity from renewable resources, accord...
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