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· March, 2008

Stories about Mexico from March, 2008

Mexico: Water News

  30 March 2008

Noticias del Agua [es] is a blog that links to various news articles related to the use and conservation of water, especially in Mexico.

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World Water Day Ripples Across Videos.

  24 March 2008

Every year since the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, on March 22nd has been the World Water Day. In addition, this year it is the United Nation´s International Year of Sanitation and people from all over have started taking action through their video cameras, raising awareness at the importance of this finite resource.

Mexico: State of Emergency in Monterrey

  18 March 2008

The metropolitan area of Monterrey, Mexico is suffering damage from heavy winds and caused two deaths to date. Most of the city is without electricity. HJ Barraza is providing updates on his twitter account.

Mexico: Chiapas Photo Blog

11 March 2008

Chiapas Digital [es] is a photo-blog by Jorge Grajales that captures the sights around the state of Chiapas in the southern part of Mexico.

Mexico: Daylight Savings Time

  5 March 2008

Tome Chango Su Banana thinks that Mexico should not follow daylight savings time, since studies have shown it costs more money than it saves, and it can alter one's “bio-clock.”

Brad Will, one night more at the barricade

  1 March 2008

DPadua, from imaginarios.net/fluxos[PT], highlights in his blog[PT] the release of the movie “Brad Will, uma noite mais nas barricadas” [“Brad Will, one night more at the barricade”, PT], about the IndyMedia cameraman that was shot by the paramilitary in Oaxaca, Mexico, in 2006. Brad's camera kept recording the scene as...

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