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  • Monterrey Will Have the First  Zero Energy  Building in Latin America

    Monterrey Will Have the First "Zero Energy" Building in Latin America

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 43 minutos

    The energy expended will be replaced by renewable energy

    With an ecological future that looks bad, it is necessary to take strong measures to reduce the use of non-renewable energy in any way. Although it looks like some countries are not concerned about this issue, Mexico is not the case: Monterrey will have the first “zero energy” in Latin America. What does “zero energy” mean? Basically, a building that has this certification must show...

  • Tijuana Mayor Admits City Is Basically  Pothole-land

    Tijuana Mayor Admits City Is Basically "Pothole-land"

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 58 minutos

    He recognized the seriousness of this problem and he said they will fix the streets after the rainy season

    “It is pothole-land (bachelandia, in Spanish), Tijuana looks like a lunar environment”, said Tijuana’s mayor, Juan Manuel Gastelum after the evident deterioration on streets in the city thanks to the rainy days we had this winter season. Although he acknowledged the seriousness of this problem, it will be until the end of this year’s rainy season when they will start with the street...

  • Little Haiti,  The Next New Neighbourhood in Tijuana

    "Little Haiti," The Next New Neighbourhood in Tijuana

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 3 horas

    Support in donations of materials in social networks is requested for the construction of small homes

    With more and more immigrants of Haitian origin looking to stay south of the border in Tijuana , shelters are at their maximum capacity in the city. Civil and religious organizations are seeking new projects to create a new neighbourhood called "Little Haiti" and offer homes to those who are already looking to reside permanently there. Headed by the church "Embajadores de Jesús" ...

  • This Was Tijuana, Baja California During The Storm

    This Was Tijuana, Baja California During The Storm

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 2 días

    Tijuana and Rosarito Beach had floods in several locations

    The storm that started Friday Feb. 17 didn't take too long to create all kinds of trouble and accidents in the city of Tijuana . Heavy rains and floods were recorded in Tijuana, where the streets became streams and water damaged homes and cars, as well as flow of water introduced to shops. The Municipal Public Safety office registered, until the afternoon of Friday Feb. 17, 10 fallen...

  • Arrival of Immigrants to Europe From Mediterranean Increase a 46%

    Arrival of Immigrants to Europe From Mediterranean Increase a 46%

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 2 días

    The route to reach the European Union is from Spain, a country where migrants arrive from Nigeria, Eritrea and Guinea

    The arrival of migrants to the European Union through the Western Mediterranean route skyrocketed in 2016, surpassing 10,200; 46% more than the previous year, according to data released today by the European Frontier Agency (Frontex). Due to the increasing number, Fabrice Leggeri, Frontex’s director, said today at a press conference that flows of immigrants from the Western Mediterranean...

  • 26% of Baja Earns Less Than $260 Dollars per Month

    26% of Baja Earns Less Than $260 Dollars per Month

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 2 días

    Government data shows that the economically active population also increased by the end of 2016

    Although there was an increase in the active working population by the end of 2016, at least 26% of workers in Baja California receive a salary lower of five thousand pesos a month, around 260 U.S. dollars at current exchange rates. The data comes from the latest National Occupational and Employment Survey by the National Statistics and Geography Institute (Inegi, in Spanish) and...

  • Time Magazine Hits Trump Again With Scathing Cover

    Time Magazine Hits Trump Again With Scathing Cover

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 3 días

    “Nothing to see here” can be read in the magazine, while a storm brews

    Once again Time magazine dedicated their cover to President Donald Trump four days away from his month of being president of the United States. In the cover you can see the Republican sitting behind the presidential desk while wind blows, simulating a storm, in this case “the chaos” around the magnate in the White House as you can read the phrase “Nothing to see here” . “In...

  • ‘Tsunami’ Of Alzheimer’s Cases Among Latinos Raises Concerns Over Costs

    ‘Tsunami’ Of Alzheimer’s Cases Among Latinos Raises Concerns Over Costs

    Por: Ana B. Ibarra/Heidi de Marco   |   Hace 3 días

    Read the stories of some cases

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Florence Marquez liked to describe herself as a cannery worker, even though she was best known in her heavily Latino East San Jose neighborhood as a community activist. She strode alongside Cesar Chavez in the farmworker movement during the 1960s and 70s. She helped build affordable housing for poor families near her local church. But eight years ago, Florence,...

  • Fords Plans 2 New Production Facilities

    Fords Plans 2 New Production Facilities

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 4 días

    Company's President in Mexico says the closure of the plant in San Luis Potosi was for business and not because of Trump

    Gabriel M. López, Mexico’s Ford President revealed the company's future plans, emphasizing that the company will not leave the country and that this year they will open two production plants for engines and transmissions, one in Chihuahua and another in Irapuato . The investment for the creation of these two plants will be of 2500,000 000 dollars, and will generate about 3,000 new...

  • Gray Whale Migration in Baja California at Risk

    Gray Whale Migration in Baja California at Risk

    Por: SanDiegoRed Colaborador   |   Hace 5 días

    Cetaceans swim through Mexico, the United States and Canada

    Experts said global warming and mega projects in the Baja region have impacted the migration of the gray whale ; since a decrease in the number of animals that swim by the usual waters has been detected. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) closely observes the behavior of these animals and ensures that “due to a decrease in sea surface temperature and climatic variability," the whales deviate...