Medio ambiente

estudio MMX organizes CRA house in mexico as a rotated cross

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.designboom.com estudio MMX presents the ‘CRA house’, a dwelling set within a residential country club in avándaro, méxico . the design team, required to work within the parameters set by the neighborhood, makes use of a specific set of materials and geometries. the regulations seek to preserve Read More…

Medio ambiente Negocios Salud

Gulf of Mexico Greater Amberjack Recreational Fishing Season Re-Opens on May 1

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original wgno.com NOAA Fisheries reminds recreational fishermen that the Gulf of Mexico greater amberjack recreational fishing season re-opens at 12:01 a.m., local time, on May 1, 2020. What this means: Preliminary landings indicate the recreational greater amberjack quota has not been met or projected to be met allowing Read More…

Medio ambiente Salud

Mexico City measles outbreak began in February 2020

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.vaxbeforetravel.com On April 24, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported between 1 January and 2 April 2020, 1,364 probable cases of measles were reported in Mexico. The median age of these patients was 20 years and 59% were male. This analysis conducted by the National Reference Read More…

Estados Unidos Mexicanos Medio ambiente Negocios Política

Imperial Beach officials to call on U.S. and Mexico to stop sewage flow into Tijuana River

Copyright y los derechos de autor. página original www.cbs8.com It is estimated that 60 million gallons of sewage have flown through the river every day for the last 6 months. IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif. — Beaches all across San Diego County have reopened or will reopen soon. However, Imperial Beach is a little different. The shore Read More…

CDMX / ZMVM Medio ambiente Noticias Salud

No silver lining: Mexico City smog defies coronavirus lockdown

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – While city dwellers around the world take some consolation in improved air quality thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, festering garbage dumps, dirty diesel-fueled generators and frequent forest fires have ensured Mexico City remains smog-filled. Traffic in the normally congested megacity of more than 20 million people has thinned dramatically as residents Read More…