The 200,000 Migrants that Trump Needs – by José Ignacio De Alba (En el camino)

~ This story was originally published by En el camino on February 14, 2017 ~   These Sinaloan families journey to the United States on temporary work visas. The men and women join companies where they catch and process seafood. Continue reading

Avocado Growers and their “Unstoppable Greed” Destroy 1173 Acres of Forest in Uruapan, Michoacán, NGOs Claim – by Ivette Lira (SinEmbargo)

~ This article was originally published by SinEmbargo on May 3, 2016 ~ Mexico City, May 3rd (SinEmbargo).—Activists claimed that the fires started by avocado growers in Uruapan “have revealed the cynicism and unstoppable greed” of a small sector of the Continue reading

While They Cut Down Tajamar – by Fernando Córdova Tapia (Horizontal)

 ~ This essay was originally published by Horizontal on January 26, 2016 ~  In the case of the mangroves at Tajamar, the Environmental Ministry has taken on the strange role of defending environmental destruction Following hurricanes Gilbert (1988) and Wilma Continue reading

Mexico City with its Alameda and Cancún with its Mangrove Promenade – by Pedro Canché (CanchéyKanek)

~ This essay was originally published by CanchéyKanek on September 15, 2015 ~   These laws about mangroves are forcing us to build in the air. Your government goes to Europe and promotes investment, and when we get here and Continue reading