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Microplastic pollution reaches the Arctic
Tiny pieces of plastic have been found in ice cores drilled in the Arctic, underscoring the threat the growing form of pollution now poses to marine life in even the remotest waters on the planet
We are all in the same boat
Please, por favor, s'il vous plait, 拜託 (ㄅㄞˋ ㄊㄨㄛ, يا سيدي، إسمعني, пожа́луйста, read this opinion piece. You might find it´s worth your time
A mass of sargassum seaweed the size of Jamaica is heading to Mexico
The 8850-kilometer-long Sargassum belt extends from West Africa to the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico
Paraíso, Tabasco was declared an unfit location for a refinery in 2008
Over 4,000 animals from 119 species will be endangered by the construction of the Dos Bocas oil refinery
Mexican government forsakes biosphere reserve
The biosphere reserve is essential but the government claims there are no funds to support landowners and protect the areas
Mexico goes against the Paris Agreement
The federal government has recently launched two projects that contradict the Paris Agreement
Climate change opens new challenges and opportunities in the Northern Pole
For centuries, explorers searched for a route linking Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Today, climate change is making it possible by melting the thick ice cap of the Northern Pole, a scenario of a new military, energetic, and commercial strategic competition between major powers
Hermosillo: Hottest city in the world
CONAGUA’s Northwestern Basin Organization reported temperatures of 48°C on Tuesday
Wildfires raging in central and southern Mexico
Firefighters in Mexico City reported that they had fought 23 fires in 11 boroughs so far
Dos Bocas oil refinery: devastated mangrove and wildlife at risk
According to experts, the area is often flooded and could turn into a swamp, as well as being an environmental preservation zone