La Paz is running out of water so it’s building an aqueduct to pump it in from El Carrizal. Los Cabos is running out of water so it’s contracting with a private desalination plant to boost supply. El Triunfo has water but residents refuse to drink it; it’s still contaminated by the arsenic released by mining operations at the turn of the last century. Baja California Sur is not only Mexico’s driest state*, but the country’s second fastest growing state by population. These two trends seem to be barreling towards a head-on collision that could take an enormous environmental, economic and public health toll on the state. Whether or not that collision takes place in the future depends largely on the actions we residents take today.
Guests who have gone on Todos Santos Eco Adventures 4-day hike in the Sierra de la Laguna Biosphere Reserve write about the aspects of the trip that inspired them the most.
By Todos Santos Eco Adventures 2013 was an incredibly exciting year for festivals in Todos Santos, with truly great bands playing at the Music Festival, thrilling films and directors showing at … Continue reading
Meet eco educator, punk rocker, beach dweller, film maker, turtle protector, surf breaker Paty Baum!
by Todos Santos Eco Adventures This article first appeared in Janice Kinne’s Journal del Pacifico Bryce Courtenay’s best-selling novel The Power of One is a riveting coming-of-age tale about a boy … Continue reading
by Todos Santos Eco Adventures Este artículo fue publicado originalmente en la Journal del Pacifico. Traducido por Elena Acencio Ibáñez La exitosa novela El Poder de Uno, de Bryce Courtenay, es una … Continue reading
By Bryan Jáuregui, Todos Santos Eco Adventures This article was originally published in Janice Kinne’s Journal del Pacifico. In 1972 when the Pioneer 11 spacecraft was sent to explore the outer … Continue reading