Sunday, June 17, 2012
Mexico Takes a Stand to Protect Irreplaceable Coral ReefNRDC has been calling for the Rio+20 Earth Summit to be a different type of international meeting – one where our world leaders act, and not just talk. On Friday, Mexican president Calderón set the stage for Rio with the rejection of a controversial and destructive tourism development project on the Baja California coast. This is precisely the type of action we need to see in the coming days in Brazil, where world leaders are gathering to discuss the future of our oceans and our planet. Read more.
Photo: Ralph Lee Hopkins / iLCP

Mexico Takes a Stand to Protect Irreplaceable Coral Reef
NRDC has been calling for the Rio+20 Earth Summit to be a different type of international meeting – one where our world leaders act, and not just talk. On Friday, Mexican president Calderón set the stage for Rio with the rejection of a controversial and destructive tourism development project on the Baja California coast. This is precisely the type of action we need to see in the coming days in Brazil, where world leaders are gathering to discuss the future of our oceans and our planet. Read more.

Photo: Ralph Lee Hopkins / iLCP

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    There we go, Mexico! Check it out, US! Save Hawaii’s reefs!
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    Not directly about sharks, as such, but this is a significant development for ocean conservation. Sharks will benefit,...
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