Fishing – A Fascinating Profession
By: M.S. René Loaiza, Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Manager, CEDO Fishing represents the livelihood and income for approximately 12 million people around the world. Around 90% of these people fish in small boats. The Gulf of California in Mexico is a provider of food and...
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By: Ana Valerie Mandri Rohen, Founder and CEO of Zamia Media Working in an environmental organization is not easy. In front of you, there's always a monumental-sized wall, with alarming figures, unattainable goals, a countdown that shows little time left, all wrapped by a membrane...
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In Remembrance of Carl N. Hodges at Puerto Peñasco, Sonora
By: Peggy J. Turk Boyer, Founder/Executive Director Emeritus, CEDO Intercultural This past April 2, 2021, news broke of the inauguration of a full-scale desalinization plant at Puerto Peñasco that would augment a diminishing water supply in this extremely dry desert region. The following day, April...
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