News 2017-05-22T16:20:26+00:00

World Oceans Day, 2018, A Toast to the Ocean

May 21st, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education|

By: Socorro González Barajas and Alan Ruiz Berman World Oceans Day is a day of recognition instated by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2009, and is being celebrated on June 8-9, 2018. [...]

A Community Effort to Study and Protect the Least Tern

May 17th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Research and Monitoring|

By Angeles Sánchez, Eleazar López, Paloma Valdivia and Alan Ruiz Berman. The least tern (Sternula antillarum) is a protected species of sea bird in Mexico (NOM-059-SEMARNAT-2010) and in the U.S. by the Migratory Bird Treaty [...]

Baby Dace All Over the Place!

April 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Research and Monitoring|

By Alan Ruiz Berman, Paloma Valdivia and CEDO collaborator Dennis Caldwell. The Río Sonoyta is a tributary of the Colorado River system that spans across the border from southern Arizona to northern Sonora, Mexico, historically [...]

Studying Cetaceans in the Peñasco to Lobos Corridor

April 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Research and Monitoring|

Recently, CEDO invited Mexican researchers and students to be part of our Puerto Peñasco - Puerto Lobos Corridor Marine Spatial Planning Program, by contributing their collaborative research with local fishermen to identify and describe the [...]

A Procession With a Porpoise, A Call to Action from Mexico’s Capital

March 9th, 2018|CEDO News, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Environmental Education, Uncategorized, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

By Alan Ruiz Berman, Communications & Development Coordinator, CEDO Tucson Office.   On February 17th, 2018, on a perfectly sunny morning in the valley of Mexico City, I joined hundreds of people representing diverse organizations and nations [...]

Pioneering Fisheries Management Consensus Reached in the Northern Gulf Of California

March 7th, 2018|CEDO News, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor|

On the Road to Sustainable Fisheries! On February 27, 2018, in Hermosillo, Sonora, MX, the Intercultural Center for Desert and Ocean Studies (CEDO) and fisheries authorities from the Mexican National Commission of Agriculture [...]

Fishing for the Future of Mexico’s Coastal Communities

August 14th, 2018|Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Uncategorized|

At CEDO we feel strongly that promoting the well-being of regional fishing communities in diverse ways is the best, and perhaps only way to ensure that healthy marine and coastal ecosystems continue to provide us [...]

A Message of Hope for Fishermen is Needed in the northern Gulf of California

August 13th, 2018|Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Uncategorized, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

In April of 2015, with the reduction of the vaquita population to under 100 individuals as a direct result of gill-netting, the Mexican government declared a temporary suspension of this gear-type in the entire Upper [...]

World Oceans Day, 2018, A Toast to the Ocean

May 21st, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education|

By: Socorro González Barajas and Alan Ruiz Berman World Oceans Day is a day of recognition instated by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2009, and is being celebrated on June 8-9, 2018. [...]

A Community Effort to Study and Protect the Least Tern

May 17th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Research and Monitoring|

By Angeles Sánchez, Eleazar López, Paloma Valdivia and Alan Ruiz Berman. The least tern (Sternula antillarum) is a protected species of sea bird in Mexico (NOM-059-SEMARNAT-2010) and in the U.S. by the Migratory Bird Treaty [...]

Baby Dace All Over the Place!

April 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education, Research and Monitoring|

By Alan Ruiz Berman, Paloma Valdivia and CEDO collaborator Dennis Caldwell. The Río Sonoyta is a tributary of the Colorado River system that spans across the border from southern Arizona to northern Sonora, Mexico, historically [...]

Studying Cetaceans in the Peñasco to Lobos Corridor

April 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Research and Monitoring|

Recently, CEDO invited Mexican researchers and students to be part of our Puerto Peñasco - Puerto Lobos Corridor Marine Spatial Planning Program, by contributing their collaborative research with local fishermen to identify and describe the [...]