2017 Calendar

The calendars are available for sale by check in the USA and Canada - mailed to: Eco-Alianza de Loreto, A.C. 3419 Via Lido, Ste 402 Newport Beach, California 92663 U.S.A. $10.00USD + shipping - $3.14 USA $10.00USD + shipping - $9.45 Canada $180 MXN or $10.00 USD - Purchased in Loreto. We accept debit, credit cards and cash. Local purchases for calendars in Loreto can also be made by debit, credit card and cash. Calendar sales help support Eco-Alianza's Environmental Education programs for Loreto youth and are also available at Eco-Alianza's downtown headquarters, Jackson Gallery in the Plaza, the Office of Tourism, Hotel La Mision and several supporting retail locations in town and Loreto Bay: Centro Comunitario para el Medio Ambiente CenCoMA [...]


Boletín de prensa: 3 de diciembre de 2016

Urgente fortalecer el marco legal para la procuración de justicia ambiental en materia de biodiversidad y áreas naturales protegidas • Fortalecer el procedimiento administrativo para la inspección y vigilancia en materia ambiental debe ser una prioridad legislativa. • Aumentar la inspección y vigilancia en áreas naturales protegidas se podría lograr sin costo al erario. En el marco de la décimo tercer Conferencia de las Partes del Convenio sobre la Diversidad Biológica, a realizarse en Cancún del 5 al 17 de diciembre, 15 organizaciones de la sociedad civil, hacen un atento llamado al H. Congreso de la Unión a desarrollar y publicar las reformas necesarias para fortalecer el marco normativo ambiental a fin de que exista una mejor y más efectiva procuración de [...]


Sharing Culture, History and Ideas

Expanding the Sister City Relationship between Loreto, Baja California Sur, México and Ventura, California U.S.A. In a ceremony both solemn and impassioned, the Loreto City Council voted unanimously on Monday, the 5th of June, to approve the Sister City relationship between Loreto and Buenaventura (Ventura). Loreto Presidente Jorge Avilés presented Ventura Mayor Cheryl Heitmann with the Key to the City of Loreto in the Municipality Council Chambers. Father Thomas J. Elewaut, VF, Mission San Buenaventura, Dennis Heitmann, Ventura Mayor Cheryl Heitmann, Presidente Jorge Avilés Pérez, Nancy Saldaña de Avilés, and Padre Lucio Francisco Sánchez Loya, Misión de Nuestra Señora de Loreto Conchó Speeches from Avilés and Heitmann co-expressed the historical significance of the joining of the two cities, with an [...]


Loreto Mining Controversy

13 November 2015 Mining in México is a complex topic, and the source of much confusion. This update is meant to educate Eco-Alianza supporters on some of the background, as well as to bring you up to speed on some disturbing developments in Loreto. We are adding a section to our website to broaden our educational outreach on this topic, and we will continue to supplement it in the days ahead. Eco-Alianza is active on a daily basis in monitoring potential mining activities, working in coordination with other groups, and building coalitions and consensus to manage this potential threat, for the short term and the long term. Like many projects we work on, much of our work on behalf of a [...]


Sister Cityhood Official!

On Monday, March 30, 2015, President Jorge Alberto Avilés Pérez of Loreto, Baja California Sur, received the "Keys to the City" of Ventura, California from Mayor Cheryl Heitmann, confirming the Sister City relationship between the two municipalities. The formal ceremony, which took place in the historic Ventura City Hall, included the reading of a proclamation, declaring the relationship between The City of San Buenaventura, California and The City of Loreto, Baja California Sur, "To encourage bi-national promotion of conservation, education, social entrepreneurship and cultural exchange between its citizens and governments in support of the Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto and Channel Islands Sister Park Project.” President Avilés thanked the people of the City of Ventura for the distinction of Sisterhood with the [...]

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