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

CEDO & The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity (2011-2020)

October 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Research and Monitoring, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is a multilateral treaty for the conservation of our planet's biological diversity, the sustainable use of its components, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits [...]

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 [...]

CEDO & The Strategic Plan for Biodiversity (2011-2020)

October 19th, 2018|CEDO News, Climate Change, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Environmental Education, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Research and Monitoring, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is a multilateral treaty for the conservation of our planet's biological diversity, the sustainable use of its components, and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits [...]

Fishing for the Future of Mexico’s Coastal Communities

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

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 [...]