Tag Archives: social justice

Lake Chapala’s Pollution – 2019

Lake Chapala Pollution
I have received a number of questions about the nature and degree of the pollution in Lake Chapala, originating from the recent series of articles I authored on this subject. I am a journalist, not a scientist. However, … Continue Reading ››

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 ››

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 ››

KaBOOM – The Economic Impacts of Baby Boomers Retiring in Mexico

KaBOOM - Economy
  The term boomerang is considered a noun and a verb. As a noun, it is defined as a curved flat piece of wood that can be thrown so as to return to the thrower, traditionally used by Australian … 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 ››