The Climate Has Changed Before. But This Is Different
The Guardian
Climate change is part of life on planet Earth; however, context is needed to understand past change and the current situation. Archaeology can explain how temperature change of just a few degrees cause extreme weather events, affect crops, and impact human lives.
Report Finds Mexico’s Mega-Projects Favor International Clients Over Indigenous Rights
Mexico’s rural development shows authorities bulldozing the health and environmental concerns of Indigenous communities in favor of its international clients, a new study found.
Vineyards in Queretaro Attract Hundreds of Thousands of Wine Loving Tourists
Riviera Maya News
Mexico vineyards are a growing tourist attraction as wineries in the region of Santiago de Queretaro draw record numbers. The Route of Art, Cheese and Wine recorded 700,000 tourists during the last year, putting state wine tourism on the map.
’Bullets at the Border’ Documentary Looks at Controversial Deaths on US-Mexico Border
Agencia EFE
Filmmaker Charlie Minn is looking forward to the premier next month of his documentary about the deaths of three Mexican teenagers in border incidents involving US agents.
Marijuana Culture Publishing Is a Growth Industry - Except in Mexico
Columbia Journalism Review
Just as mainstream acceptance of marijuana in the US hits all-time highs, one prominent cannabis media offering in Mexico is facing a government shutdown reminiscent of the 1960s.
Expatriates Living in Mexico Should Have a Plan B for Unexpected Medical Emergencies
Mexico News Daily
As our lives pass relatively peacefully here in Mexico we may or may not have the good fortune to remain in good health with only the occasional visit to a physician. Years may go by but eventually ill health will catch up with us.
Execution-Style Murders Expose Polygamous Splinter Morman Cult in Chihuahua
The execution-style murder of three U.S. males – two of them teenagers – has cast damning light on a polygamist Mormon cult in Mexico, following the arrest of its fugitive leader.
Cloned Cards Leave Earthquake Victims Without Government-Promised Cash
Mexico News Daily
After waiting for two months to receive government financial aid to start rebuilding their homes, some earthquake victims in Oaxaca got an unpleasant surprise this week when they found their stored-value bank cards were devoid of funds.

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