Tag Archives: social policy

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 ››