To protect and conserve our natural and cultural environment by empowering civil society and government to jointly create healthy and prosperous communities.


Communities believe their quality of life is related to the health and vitality of the environment and citizens act accordingly.


Eco-Alianza believes that everyone living in or visiting Loreto must be part of the solution.

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Soundings July 2024

World Sea Turtle Day was celebrated in Loreto with the 1st Forum on Sea Turtle Conservation Outreach on June 21st, with a collaboration between Eco-Alianza de Loreto, UABCS Campus Loreto, the Loreto City Council, and the Regional Center for Normal Education. Sea turtles are fundamental species for marine ecosystems, and their conservation is crucial to ensure the health and diversity of our oceans, as well as the well-being of communities dependent on them. Despite their importance, these species remain vulnerable and are protected under different risk categories.

Soundings April 2024

Education is a core value of Eco-Alianza. By providing youth with an experiential and intellectual understanding of the value of our Loreto environment, we have implemented a foundation for generations of safeguarding and protection. This March, we participated in the “Kid Wind Challenge.” This hands-on design challenge engages student teams that design, construct and test small scale wind turbines and solar structures at events all over the world. Four of our high-school students earned top honors for their wind energy generator prototype, securing a coveted spot in the upcoming world competition in Minnesota, USA this May.

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Eco-Alianza believes that everyone living in or visiting Loreto must be part of the solution.


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