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A Marine Reserve Network for the Gulf of California

Publication | November 16, 2006 at 18:00

Life abounds in the Gulf of California.This wonderful sea shelters some of the richest fisheries in the world,contains more than thirty species of marine mammals,and sustains the northernmost coral reefs in the American Continent. Immense coastal...

Transboundary agreement spells disaster for the Gulf

Media release | February 22, 2012 at 12:58

In response to the United States and Mexico signing an agreement to develop oil and gas reservoirs that cross the international maritime boundary between the two countries in the Gulf of Mexico Greenpeace United States and Mexico have signed...

Action in the World's Aquarium

Feature story | December 6, 2006 at 14:16

Earlier this year, we witnessed coastal destruction in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. Now as the Esperanza travels along the coast of Mexico we are witnessing coastal destruction once again. The Gulf of California, also known as the "World's...

Taking Action at the WTO to Stop Forced Trade

Feature story | September 14, 2003 at 18:00

Get an inside perspective from our team in Cancun, Mexico, including our action against an illegal shipment of genetically contaminated corn and the failure of the meetings to reach an agreement.

Greenpeace Intercepts Train Filled With U.S. Contaminated Corn at Mexican Border

Media release | August 16, 2003 at 18:00

Greenpeace activists intercepted a trainload of U.S. corn today as it tried to enter Mexico, in response to new evidence that the United States was dumping genetically engineered crops across the border. The transport of this corn contravenes...

Federal judge suspends GMO trials in Mexico citing imminent environmental risks

Blog by Cassady Sharp | October 25, 2013

A federal judge recently issued a suspension on planting any new genetically modified corn in Mexico, the birthplace of corn. Find out more about genetically modified foods. Although there has been a moratorium on planting GMO corn since 1998,...

A Rainbow Warrior arrives in Mexico

Blog by Cassady Sharp | January 8, 2014

Greenpeace’s flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, arrived in Mexico this week to raise awareness about sustainable agriculture in the country and the Mexican government’s responsibility to protect the country to reckless corporate interests. Among the...

Will big biotech giants destroy Mexican corn? Join us and say no!

Blog by Aleira Lara | May 16, 2013

The Mexican government is likely to authorize the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) corn in Mexico. And until now Mexican citizens, with the help of organisations like Greenpeace,  have managed to prevent agribusiness giants like...

Save the Climate, Act Now!

Image gallery | June 23, 2009

Ancient Traditions, Modern Politics & the Future of Forests in Cancun

Blog by Rolf Skar | December 9, 2010

The tangled jungle had grown up and over the pyramid so thoroughly, I didn’t see it until I was standing at its base.  Looking up its steep slopes, I was overcome with a sense of history both human and natural.  How long ago was this ...

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