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[*] posted on 1-14-2014 at 04:15 PM
Melóncoyote - Grassroots Bulletin on Sustainable Development in Northwestern Mexico

The Winter 2013 issue of Melóncoyote, a Grassroots Bulletin on Sustainable Development in Northwest Mexico, is now ready and available to read on-line in the English version, as well as the original Spanish-language version. Both versions can also be downloaded in PDF format.

Take a look! Lots of interesting short articles, primarily written by Mexican citizen and professional journalists. (Bilingual environmental education about Baja California)

Check out: (project of Journalism to Raise Environmental Awareness; a quarterly news bulletin for the Gulf of California Region).
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