Tag Archives: Jalisco

Lake Chapala – Planned Developments – Progress, Perilous, Perplexing or Preposterous?

Lake Chapala Development
Progress?  “The Lakeside area has become a dreamscape for developers. Local governments tend to lack long-term vision to implement wise policies and strategies to manage inevitable urban sprawl, often bending the … Continue Reading ››

Tourism and Public Safety in Mexico: Current Challenges in Jalisco, Mexico

Mexico Safety
Mexico’s Economic Tourism Engine In 2016, travel & tourism provided 292 million jobs in worldwide, equivalent to 1 in 10 jobs. The industry generated US$7.6 trillion in worldwide revenue or 10.2% of worldwide GDP. In 2017 in Mexico, travel & tourism sustained … Continue Reading ››

Corruption in Mexico – An Environmental and Public Health Perspective

Corruption in Mexico
My most recent study of Corruption in Mexico - An Environmental and Public Health Perspective - is out for peer review. It is also being considered for publication by several sources. I will post it here if, … Continue Reading ››

Mexi-CUTE or Mexi-CURE – Lake Chapala Is A Sick Puppy

Lake Chapala
  Mexico's Lake Chapala is a sick puppy. The term "Clean Up The Environment" (hereinafter "cute") has become a phrase used by politicians to denote a concern that may play well at the polls, but rarely … Continue Reading ››

NaturAMLO – the Amelioration Mandate for Lake Chapala’s Oversight

NaturAMLO Chapala
  By the time that the signs of decline are clear enough to convince everybody, it may be too late to save the species or habitat.” - Jared Diamond About The Authors: Continue Reading ››

The MEXODUS – The New Norm – North American Retirees Moving to Mexico

 
Mexodus
  Needless to say, the social and political rancor in North America has reached new heights (or lows). In the U.S. political sphere, the November 2018 mid-term elections resulted in the Democratic Party  wresting control of the U.S. House of Representatives. … Continue Reading ››