Day

May 12, 2015
The next round of contracts in Mexico’s opening of its oil and natural gas industry should bring in about $620 million in investment in the first five years, Energy Minister Pedro Joaquin Coldwell said on Tuesday. The 26 onshore oil and gas areas to be tendered are spread across five states and are believed to...
Read More
Mexican environmental authorities say they seized 8.5 gallons (32 liters) of stew made of Mexican spiny-tailed iguanas, a species considered protected and threatened in Mexico. The environmental protection office announced Tuesday the meat was seized at a restaurant in the township of Jojutla, in southern Morelos state. The office acted on an anonymous tip that...
Read More
Throughout the U.S. borderlands, a diverse group of people come up with innovative solutions to mend our broken food system. Directed by Phil Buccellato and Jesse Ash.
Read More
Eight cities in Latin America will replace 40,000 buses with clean vehicles by 2020 in a bid to cut pollution. The plan aims to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and was unveiled in the first ever Latin American mayors’ forum. The meeting, hosted by the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, was held in Buenos Aires,...
Read More
(Reuters) – Mexican industrial output was flat in March compared with February, missing expectations for an increase, and pointing to modest growth in Latin America’s second-largest economy, official data showed on Tuesday. Compared with the same month a year earlier, industrial production rose by 1.7 percent in March, the figures from the national statistics office...
Read More
A Picasso oil painting from 1955 smashed the record for the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction when it soared to $179.4 million at Christie’s on Monday. The auction house had estimated “Les femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’)” would sell for about $140 million, but several bidders competing via telephone drove the winning bid to...
Read More

PVR Property Management