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Thursday, July 17

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    To put it simply: for México to be a sustainable country, we think our Republic first needs to be strong in and of it self, so that our country can then eventually be strong - and even be a leader - in the global marketplace.
    11.7.5 "Sustainability Strategies" required of governments and businesses: End "Greenwashing".
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    Estate, Eco-Tortillería, Eco-Bus Line,, Eco-Property Development,
    {Eco-mechanic_-_Riviera_Maya.jpg} Eco-everything in the Riviera Maya.
    {Greenwashing..._in_Cancun.jpg} Greenwashing??? ...in Cancun.
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Wednesday, June 25

  1. page 11 edited ... To put it simply: for México to be a sustainable country, we think our Republic first needs to…
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    To put it simply: for México to be a sustainable country, we think our Republic first needs to be strong in and of it self, so that our country can then eventually be strong - and even be a leader - in the global marketplace.
    11.7.5 "Sustainability Strategies" required of governments and businesses: End "Greenwashing".
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    Estate, Eco-Tortillería, Eco-Bus Line, Eco-Property Development, Eco-Laundromat and
    {Eco-mechanic_-_Riviera_Maya.jpg} Eco-everything in the Riviera Maya.
    {Greenwashing..._in_Cancun.jpg} Greenwashing??? ...in Cancun.
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Monday, May 26

  1. page 6 edited ... Modern humans do not know those among nature’s many current biodiverse species which have the …
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    Modern humans do not know those among nature’s many current biodiverse species which have the potential to be of significant importance to future humans and other life forms on Earth. Species lost today could have future potential as food sources or use for health reasons or even be essential in ways that current humans could not even contemplate (such as being an unknown linchpin in some way related to basic evolutionary survival). By us humans not caring about the losses of other species today, simply because we now think of many species as being disposable life, we take a very short-sighted view to the great complexity of life on Earth.
    Just as ancient Mayans cared enough for the Earth to preserve the cacao and maize that are so important to human diets of today, similarly so we modern humans need ensure we take the same care of Earth’s existing biodiversity, whether that be plant or animal or insect. And that we do so to leave those future generations of human beings who follow us with an equally healthy and biodiverse environment of evolved life-forms on Earth.
    6.4 Fresh-Water Loss.Fresh-water loss.
    {Misol-Ha_in_Chiapas.JPG} Misol-Ha waterfall in Chiapas.
    Water is essential to human lives. The human body is comprised of 61.8% water by weight and our species is said to need to drink anywhere from 1 to 3 litres per day for our survival.[44] That said, while Earth’s surface is comprised of 71% water, only about 2.50% of this fresh water of the planet can be drunk and used by human beings.[45] The fresh water humanity uses is mostly found in glaciers, but is also located in groundwater, lakes and rivers.
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    6.3.3 Collapsing eco-systems?
    6.3.4 Final thoughts: Biodiversity & Humans.
    6.4 Fresh waterFresh-water loss.
    7. Humans need to reconnect as part of nature.
    8. From myth to science to Sustainable Development.
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    6.3.3 Collapsing eco-systems?
    6.3.4 Final thoughts: Biodiversity & Humans.
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    Fresh water Loss.loss.
    7. Humans need to reconnect as part of nature.
    8. From myth to science to Sustainable Development.
    8.1 The human myth of unlimited growth.
    8.2 The science of physics: Three Laws of Thermodynamics.
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    next step: sustainable development.Sustainable Development.
    9. Sustainable Development is for all.
    10. Mexico’s current progress toward Sustainable Development.
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  4. page home edited ... II. Acknowledgements III. Table of Contents Date of release of e-book: This book was compl…
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    II. Acknowledgements
    III. Table of Contents
    Date of release of e-book:This book was completed on 10 May 2008 and released online as an e-book on 23 May 2008
    This e-book has been a class project of the “Sustainable Tourism Topics II in English” course of
    Universidad del Caribe in Cancun, Quintana Roo, México (http://www.unicaribe.edu.mx )
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  5. page 11 edited ... “We are more afraid of México’s official police forces than we are of criminals who are not po…
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    “We are more afraid of México’s official police forces than we are of criminals who are not police.”
    The people of México are well aware through direct experiences that corruption of all sorts is rampant throughout the police forces of our country. Mexican police officers requesting bribes or being involved in criminal activities is common practice in our Republic.
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    includes the ChiefDeputy-Chief of Police in Ciudad Juárez who,
    While likely an uncomfortable suggestion for many Mexicans, a realistic solution may now involve our Republic’s engagement of honest and respected police forces from foreign countries. This could possibly include police help from México’s two NAFTA trading partners (i.e. the internationally-respected FBI - Federal Bureau of Investigation in the USA or the equally internationally-respected RCMP - Royal Canadian Mounted Police force in Canada).
    México’s national government might be wise to publicly state we have corrupt police forces. Thus, to then begin public addressing this problem straight on. By bravely doing so, our national government will then be in a better position to begin to focus on related and strong solutions, such as actively hiring the expertise of honest police forces from foreign countries. This hired police expertise can then be purposely used to help our national government and Mexican society with the desperately-needed clean-up, reform and professional training required of all of México’s police forces.
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Sunday, May 25

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Saturday, May 24

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    United States Environmental Protection Agency. (1997). Water pollution, prevention and conservation. Pollution Prevention, Education Toolbox [online]. Available from: http://www.epa.gov/reg5rcra/wptdiv/p2pages/water.pdf. [Accessed: 07 April 2008].
    [115] Grillo, Joan (2006). Mexico’s New President Cuts Own Salary. The Associated Press, as printed in Washingtonpost.com, December 3, 2006 [online]. Available from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/03/AR2006120301060.html (Accessed: 24 March 2008).
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    from: http://tinyurl.com/5c9arp (Accessed:(Accessed: 24 March
    [117] The World Bank. (2004). Poverty in Mexico: an assessment of conditions, trends, and Government strategy [online]. Available from: http://tinyurl.com/5jbwqb (Accessed: 24 March 2008).
    [118] OECD - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2008). SouceOECD Statistics [online]. Available from: http://lysander.sourceoecd.org/vl=2046129/cl=14/nw=1/rpsv/statistic/s36_about.htm?jnlissn=99991004 (Accessed: 24 March 2008).
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