Day

July 11, 2019
University researchers lectured on the presence of sargassum in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Although in some photos and videos of the beach of Mismaloya, analyzed by the academics, the small spots of the seaweed are minimal, they fear that by the contamination of the water the situation could be aggravated. In Mexico, the macroalga has already...
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The Ministry of Environment and Territorial Development (Semadet) closed the doors to the Estero del Salado in Puerto Vallarta, to the surprise of locals and foreigners. Just last March, the protected natural area suffered one of its worst pollution episodes, when a nearby drainage collector burst and sewage was rerouted to the protected area. The...
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Whether global warming or lack of awareness among citizens and authorities, in Puerto Vallarta urban growth threatens the natural environment, so on this National Tree Day, little can be celebrated since with the passage of time more and more trees are lost in the municipality. Since 1959, every second Thursday of July is celebrated as...
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Violence against girls in Mexico by members of their own family has increased sharply in recent years, rising by nearly a third from 2010 to 2014 alone, a UNICEF report said on Thursday. Girls suffer far more violence, rape, harassment and abuse at home than boys in Mexico, said Christian Skoog, a representative for UNICEF,...
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The Riviera Nayarit’s Occidental Nuevo Vallarta is set to receive an 8 million dollar investment for its expansion to include a third six-story block with 92 rooms, which will increase its accommodations from 274 to 336 rooms. According to the Barceló Hotel Group, the opening date for the new building is slated for the first...
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