Red Tide Appearing In Gulf Of Mexico

Environmental News Network

Red Tide Appearing In Gulf Of MexicoTexas A&M-Galveston marine biologist Daniel Roelke says the algae bloom can be devastating to marine life and can threaten humans.

Project To Study Marine Life In Gulf Of Mexico Reefs

Environmental News Network

Project To Study Marine Life In Gulf Of Mexico ReefsTexas A&M-Galveston professor Jay Rooker will lead a $1.9 million effort to learn more about the Flower Garden Banks and the fish that inhabit the marine sanctuary.

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Now Available: Enhanced Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Bloom Forecasting Products

Environmental News Network

Now Available: Enhanced Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Bloom Forecasting ProductsForecasts are higher resolution, providing hourly observations at the individual beach level.

Coatepec and Xico, Mexico: Veracruz green high

Green Traveler Guides

| In the Land of Chipichipi | We could feel the air cool and freshen as we began to ascend la Ruta de la Niebla, the Way of Fog, into las Alturas, the highlands of Mexico’s Veracruz state. Whereas down on the brown sands of its Gulf of Mexico beaches it had been hot and humid and there was […] Coatepec and Xico, Mexico: Veracruz green high is a post from: Green Traveler Guides.

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New Mexico's families of color already feeling climate change's effects

Inhabitant

In hot, dry New Mexico, climate change is already playing out. In Albuquerque, New Mexico’s biggest city, the International District, where many families of color live, is a heat sink. And it’s hitting people of color especially hard, say climate change experts. Too much concrete and not enough vegetation traps heat. Several organizations are planting trees in lower income areas of the city, but it will be a while before saplings can provide shade. “As

Agriculture Can be a Solution for Deforestation in Chiapas, Mexico

Nature Conservancy - Science

Like many of the places where The Nature Conservancy works, Chiapas, Mexico, is a biodiversity hotspot under threat: as the fertility of existing agricultural lands decreases, the agricultural sector expands into bordering forests.

Caribbean Mexico: how to find a green hotel

Green Traveler Guides

| 4 Great Tips | Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is home to some of the Caribbean’s best and most beloved resort destinations, including Cancun, Cozumel, Riviera Maya and beyond. And when it’s an eco-friendly resort, hotel or inn you’re seeking—as we fervently hope you […] Caribbean Mexico: how to find a green hotel is a post from: Green Traveler Guides.

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Mexico City oasis features terrace gardens on every floor

Inhabitant

In a city otherwise characterized by dense populations, high altitudes and metropolitan buildings, Chiapas 168 Building represents a refreshing respite from the hustle and bustle

Oaxaca, Mexico: an eco-hacienda muy tranquilo

Green Traveler Guides

| Hacienda Gone Green | The city of Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s great treasures. All Mexico North America Oaxaca Oaxaca City Benito Juarez National Park eco-friendly Mexican hacienda hotel Green Hotel in Oaxaca City Hotel Hacienda Los Laureles San Felipe del Agua

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San Miguel de Allende: leading Mexico's green revolution

Green Traveler Guides

A very brief history of green wine Info News Views Our favs Useful resources Travel blogs we like Contact San Miguel de Allende: leading Mexico’s green revolution 30 December 10 · 6 comments | Mexico’s Greenest City? | It quickly dawns on us that, arguably, San Miguel de Allende could be the greenest city in all Mexico. This is San Miguel’s own Tianguis Orgánico (organic market), and it ranks among the best in Mexico.

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Rainforest Alliance salutes Mexico’s Mayakoba

Green Traveler Guides

M ayakoba in Mexico ’s Riviera Maya has been cited by the Rainforest Alliance for achievements in sustainable tourism, the first time that organization has so honored a tourism project. We have been working with the Rainforest Alliance since 2010 to comply with the Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria ’s internationally recognized recommendations for socially, environmentally and economically sustainable tourism, and we encourage other tourism properties in Mexico to do the same.&#.

Playa del Carmen, Mexico: world’s 1st hotel eco-microturbine

Green Traveler Guides

Playa del Carmen, Mexico: world’s 1st hotel eco-microturbine is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. Cancun Mexico News North America Playa del Carmen Quintana Roo Resorts Riviera Maya Green Travel News Real Resorts Reuters Royal Playa del CarmenThe world's first hotel use of an eco-efficient microturbine will reduce the Royal Playa del Carmen's energy consumption by more than 48%, and also eliminates the necessity for emergency generators.

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Can I get Immunotherapy for Cancer Treatment in Mexico?

Eco Friendly Daily

If you are in Mexico, immunotherapy cancer treatment is available to you. Immunotherapy in Mexico. While traditional forms of immunotherapy are available in Mexico, there are also a few treatments that aren’t available in the United States.

Jalisco, Mexico: on the elusive trail of organic tequila

Green Traveler Guides

The colonial town of Tequila (founded by Franciscan monks in 1530) and, surrounding it, the sprawling fields of red volcanic soil planted in row after row […] Jalisco, Mexico: on the elusive trail of organic tequila is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. All Mexico North America Tequila The Americas 4 Copas organic tequila tour Case Noble tour certified organic tequilas organic tequila distilleries in Tequila Organic tequila in Jalisco Tequila Herradura tour

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Los Cabos: Mexico’s 1st eco-friendly festival

Green Traveler Guides

The first-ever Los Cabos Greenfest in Mexico''s Baja seeks to raise awareness about saving the planet through music, fitness and wellness. Los Cabos: Mexico’s 1st eco-friendly festival is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. Baja Experiences/Events Los Cabos Mexico News North America The Americas Green Travel News Los Cabos Greenfest Reuters

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San Miguel de Allende: an angelic hotel from Mexico’s Señor and Señora Verde…and mucho mas

Green Traveler Guides

| The Power of Dos | It’s our first day back at our favorite place in central Mexico, and our rental’s fridge yawns empty.The weekly organic tianguis—biggest and, in our opinion, finest organic farmers market in the entire country—is still a few days away.

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The ocean is on fire after Gulf of Mexico gas pipeline leak

Inhabitant

A Pemex gas pipeline leak and an electrical storm have led to what some are calling an "eye of fire" in the ocean

New Mexico Chooses More Solar Power - Compass

Sierra Club Compass

Cleaner Cars, Cleaner Air, Lives Saved » New Mexico Chooses More Solar Power. Recently the New Mexico Public Regulatory Commission chose to continue the state’s leadership on clean energy investments when it approved a measure on solar power : The Public Regulation Commission (last month) approved a new way.for utilities to calculate renewable energy costs but kept the current price caps that limit the impact on consumers. Compass.

Jalisco, Mexico: a fiesta of quince

Green Traveler Guides

A very brief history of green wine Info News Views Our favs Useful resources Travel blogs we like Contact Jalisco, Mexico: a fiesta of quince 16 August 10 · 0 comments | Greening in Atotonilquillo | A nd now for some good news from Mexico…again this year, the annual harvest celebration in a farming pueblo near Jalisco ‘s Lake Chapala is coming off without a hitch.

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Oaxaca, Mexico: microfinance for tourists

Green Traveler Guides

So it is with the most worthy touring concept we have met in a long time— Fundación En Vía: Travel, Learn, Fight Poverty of Oaxaca, Mexico. Oaxaca, Mexico: microfinance for tourists is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. Oaxaca: it’s easy eating green Oaxaca’s En Via: a day that pays Rainforest Alliance salutes Mexico’s Mayakoba Here’s to Earth Day: 9 eco-friendly Caribbean resorts Sustainable TV? Tours Mexico Oaxaca| Fundación En Via |.

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Mexico discovers ‘huge’ oil field

Eco Friendly Daily

The field is in the Gulf of Mexico, and Mexico says it could be bigger than its largest oil field, Cantarell. ” The government says its investment in exploration will enable Mexico to maintain its current output in the future. barrels per day, Mexico is Latin America’s largest crude producer ahead of Venezuela and Brazil, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Mexico is not a member of oil producers’ cartel Opec.

Improving water security helps reduce the gender gap in Mexico City

AGreenLiving

See the original post: Improving water security helps reduce the gender gap in Mexico City. Green infrastructure can alleviate the burden on women during drought. Business Green alleviate-the-burden burden the-burden women-during

An individual transferable quota experiment in the Gulf of Mexico headboat fishery

Environmental Economics

This is truly exciting: NOAA Fisheries has issued an exempted fishing permit (EFP) to the Gulf of Mexico Headboat Cooperative (Cooperative).  The Cooperative consists of headboat owners/captains.  The Cooperative intends to evaluate the efficiency of an allocation-based management system, using a limited number of headboats in a two-year pilot study.

PRB Coal Exports Through Mexico?

Sightline Daily

Image by By user:Intersofia (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons According to an article in a coal trade publication last week, a private firm has annonced plans to open a coal export terminal in Guaymas, Mexico. Yet to reach Guaymas, that coal would have to be switched to the Union Pacific line, and then to the Ferromex rail line at the US-Mexico border.

Searching for Whoopers: New Report Showcases Gulf of Mexico Migrants

Nature Conservancy - Science

The Gulf of Mexico is awash with migrants — at least 395 bird species are found over, in, or near the Gulf of Mexico and its coastal fringes, many of them passing through Texas on their annual migrations. Mexico, Canada, and Cuba ­­ — creating the most comprehensive data assembly and threat assessment for migratory Gulf species to date. The Gulf of Mexico is one of the most critically important geographic areas for bird migration in all of North America.

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Five Years After BP Spill, Gulf of Mexico is Rekindling Responsibility for the Gulf’s Future

Cool Green Science

Last week marked both the fifth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 45th Earth Day. Since then, there has been much environmental progress, but one need look no further than the Gulf of Mexico and the BP oil spill to see how much more must be done to pass along a safe and healthy world to our children. Robert Bendick is the Nature Conservancy’s Gulf of Mexico Program Director.

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New Water Fund in Mexico for People and Nature

Cool Green Science

That’s why I was delighted to be in Monterrey, Mexico today to celebrate the launch of the Monterrey Metropolitan Water Fund (FAMM). It was especially poignant to launch our latest Water Fund in Monterrey today, as Mexico copes with historic flooding and landslides caused by Tropical Storm Manuel and Hurricane Ingrid hitting the country from both sides. Monterrey—one of the most important industrial capitals of Mexico and Latin America—was spared the worst of this week’s storms.

New Mexico’s families of color already feeling climate change’s effects

AGreenLiving

In hot, dry New Mexico , climate change is already playing out. In Albuquerque, New Mexico’s biggest city, the International District, where many families of color live, is a heat sink. Related: Environmental racism in America “As it gets hotter, heat sinks will affect mental and emotional health,” said Joan Brown, executive director of climate justice organization New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, as reported by NM Political Report.

Mexico discovers ‘huge’ oil field

Eco Friendly Daily

The field is in the Gulf of Mexico, and Mexico says it could be bigger than its largest oil field, Cantarell. ” The government says its investment in exploration will enable Mexico to maintain its current output in the future. barrels per day, Mexico is Latin America’s largest crude producer ahead of Venezuela and Brazil, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Mexico is not a member of oil producers’ cartel Opec.

Mexico City oasis features terrace gardens on every floor

AGreenLiving

Located in the Roma district of Mexico City, Mexico’s largest and most populous city, this home has an exceptionally tropical feel to it thanks to bamboo wood materials and a grouping of terrace gardens on each level. The Mexico City oasis comes from the minds at Vertebral, a local architecture and landscaping studio that highlights designs to bring forested ambiance into the city. See the original post here: Mexico City oasis features terrace gardens on every floor.

A 1905 home reborn as greenery-filled office in Mexico City

AGreenLiving

Mexican architecture firm Gabriel Beas Arquitectura has transformed a 1905 building in the historic Mexico City neighborhood of Colonia San Rafael into Corporativo BNS, a contemporary office space surrounded by lush landscaping.

Mature trees shape a leafy, light-filled home in Mexico

AGreenLiving

Here is the original: Mature trees shape a leafy, light-filled home in Mexico. Eco Green conservation country destruction homes increase-carbon location mexico stateSouth of Guadalajara in the state of Jalisco, local architecture firm Estudio Radillo Alba has completed the Casa R.A., a family of five’s countryside home that takes its site-specific massing from the existing trees on site.

A comment on Steve Earle's "The Gulf of Mexico"

Environmental Economics

" That song has a companion piece, "The Gulf of Mexico," an actual sea chantey that makes a nod to Earle's own history on the Gulf Coast. Currently in my CD player: About the closest Earle comes to optimism is on the closing "This City," an ode to New Orleans that declares, "This city will never drown." via www.newsobserver.com. Some of my favorite songs of all time are Steve Earle's Irish tunes, but Cajun-Irish?

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Mexico Looking To Tap Into Wind Potential

Eco Friendly Daily

One such location is Mexico where wind energy and renewable energy in general are growing despite what many consider to be limited framework for the sector. However, Mexico has great potential for wind energy development and is beginning to take advantage. According to experts, Mexico has upwards of seventy-one gigawatts of potential in wind energy. However, this is significantly greater than the three megawatts Mexico had in place as of 2005.

Nature Could Help Prevent $50 Billion in Flood Damages in the Gulf of Mexico

Nature Conservancy - Science

New science shows that restoring healthy coastal habitats – like marshes and oyster reefs – is an extremely cost-effective solution for reducing those risks. Climate Change From the Field Ideas Nature Tech Adaptation Climate Nature + People Nature-based Solutions Oceans

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Daily demand and supply: "Price spikes for jumbo shrimp blamed on Gulf of Mexico dead zone"

Environmental Economics

Marty presented this at App State back in 2013 : The study's researchers captured the hypoxia effects by reviewing the month-to-month price changes of various market sizes of shrimp. They compared that data to the periods when low-oxygen conditions were present. In a telephone interview, Smith said researchers have known for years that low oxygen levels in water stresses individual fishery species such as shrimp, including causing them to grow less quickly. "That

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Perfect substitutes: Gulf of Mexico water quality and minor league baseball!

Environmental Economics

Skip Sauer: The WSJ reports that Governor Phil Bryant is allocating $15 million from Mississippi’s share of BP oil spill damages to be invested in a minor league ballpark in Biloxi. The city itself has voted to issue $21 million in bonds backed by stadium revenues, but the deal apparently hinged on the state’s investment of BP funds. Biloxi’s population has declined 10% (to 45,000) since Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and the 2010 oil spill must have added to the economic destruction.

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Will Mexico City’s massive new park be a climate adaptation paragon for other cities?

AGreenLiving

An architect and officials are hoping that a huge park in Mexico City can restore the water systems of the region and serve as a model for others around the world. Read more here: Will Mexico City’s massive new park be a climate adaptation paragon for other cities? Business Green a-huge-park a-model-for and-serve cities huge-park mexico officials-are others-around the-region- water world

Mexico City Bouncing Back from “Dark Days”

Eco Friendly Daily

In the 1990′s, a child in Mexico City was more likely to color the sky brown than blue, due to the city’s air being some of the most polluted on Earth. So even though the occasional mountain view and the sight of blue skies over exhaust-choked streets may not seem like much to celebrate, to the people of Mexico City it is a huge improvement. Mexico City’s infamous smog clears, a little.

Architect makes playful puzzle pavilion for Design Week Mexico

AGreenLiving

At the 11th annual Design Week Mexico, Mexican architect Gerardo Broissin created the Egaligilo Pavilion, an eye-catching structure made with large jigsaw puzzle-shaped concrete pieces. Architect makes playful puzzle pavilion for Design Week Mexico.

The ocean is on fire after Gulf of Mexico gas pipeline leak

AGreenLiving

But as Pemex demonstrated last week in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, the right set of conditions — a leak in a gas pipeline plus an electrical storm — can set the ocean on fire and be very difficult to extinguish. ? Related: Pipeline explosion in Mexico kills 91 and counting Pemex swung into action on the ocean and PR cleanup fronts. But Greenpeace Mexico isn’t ready to let it go and move on. It takes a lot to start a fire in the ocean.

Why I Fell in Love with Mexico City

Eco Chic

Starre Vartan in Mexico City. This story was originally featured on MNN.com Over the years, I've heard my fair share about Mexico City, mostly negatives—crime, terrible air pollution and, well, crime topped the list. Decorative ironwork is popular in most places with a warm climate; Mexico City's Roma neighborhood has plenty of examples that catch the sunshine and give beautiful attention to light and shadow.

Aztec-inspired eco home sits lightly on the land in Mexico

AGreenLiving

When Mexico City-based architecture practice Mauricio Ceballos X Architects (MCXA) was asked to design a home in an ancestral place in Malinalco, it immediately knew that a minimal environmental footprint would be the key to success. Aztec-inspired eco home sits lightly on the land in Mexico.