Climate Change
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Baby sea turtles find safety on the beaches, but threatened in the ocean

On beaches from North Carolina to Texas, throughout the wider Caribbean and Mexico’s Pacific Coast, one of nature’s great seasonal events is underway, or almost...
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Expat US scientist returns to Trump’s America to stand up for science

Donald Trump’s presidency has not been good for science or scientists. Since Trump took office 15 months ago, his administration has proposed to terminate many...
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International Women’s Day, a date to celebrate achievements

According to information from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), March 8 has been commemorated for 43 years in order to call...
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Monarch butterfly numbers decrease for 2nd year in Mexico

The number of monarch butterflies wintering in Mexican forests declined for a second consecutive year, a government official said Monday. Alejandro Del Mazo, Mexico’s commissioner...
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Misplaced monarchs: Clusters of butterflies stuck up north

Monarch butterflies, those delicate symbols of spring and summer, should mostly be in Texas by now, winging their way to Mexico for the winter. But...
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Winds, fire, floods and quakes: A nutty run of nature

With four big hurricanes, a powerful earthquake and wildfires, it seems that nature recently has just gone nuts. Some of these disasters, like Friday’s earthquake...
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Nestlé to use 100 percent Mexican maize and wheat

The Swiss company Nestlé will seek to meet its demand for grains produced 100 percent in Mexico by 2022, signing an agreement with the International...
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Mexico shows leadership on climate change issue

The Mexican Space Agency (AEM, for its acronym in Spanish) is participating in efforts to combat climate change, in which Mexico shows leadership among the...
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Here’s a better vision for the US-Mexico border: Make the Rio Grande grand again

The United States and Mexico have shared their current international border for nearly 170 years. Today they cooperate at multiple levels on issues that affect...
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Small Jalisco village fights government plans to flood land with dam

Abigail Agredano fears her 96-year-old mother would not survive being uprooted from their hometown in the highlands of western Mexico, where its 400 mostly elderly...
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Climate change means reproduction changes of Sea Turtles in Puerto Vallarta

Between June and November, tortoise females reach the beaches of western Mexico to lay their eggs in the warm sand and ensure their reproduction. About...
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Mexico’s native crops hold key to food security in a changing climate

Mexico’s ancient civilizations cultivated crops such as maize, tomatoes and chilies for thousands of years before the Spanish conquerors arrived – and now those native...
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