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227 environmental activists were murdered last year, a new report found. That's more than 4 people per week.

Fikile Ntshangase was involved in legal action against a mining company when she was killed. Rob Symons/All Rise A record 227 environmental activists were murdered in 2020, a Global Witness report found. But that number is likely an undercount, and the group said the toll may rise in coming years. Many killings are linked to logging, mining, and agriculture, with Indigenous people heavily targeted. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fikile Ntshangase was the nearby coal mine&...
Tags: Murder, Science, News, Climate Change, Mexico, Trends, Colombia, South Africa, Philippines, United Nations, Heineken, Global Witness, Bill Mckibben, Adams, McKibben, Tecate Mexico


Deported veteran finally on verge of citizenship after interview with immigration officials

Clad in blue jeans and a striped shirt, Hector Ocegueda-Rivera stood outside the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, July 8, nervously clutching a manila folder. He was on the cusp of a life-changing moment. For more than two years, Ocegueda-Rivera, a decorated Marine Corps veteran from Artesia deported to Mexico in 2000 because of a drunken driving conviction, has struggled to become a U.S. citizen. Twice in 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offi...
Tags: Florida, News, California, Mexico, Immigration, America, Los Angeles, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Military, Veterans, United States, Marine Corps, Long Beach, Biden


Stuck in a ‘bureaucratic mess,’ deported veteran fights for citizenship interview on U.S. soil

For more than two years, a 53-year-old decorated Marine Corps veteran deported to Mexico in 2008 for a drunken driving conviction has been caught up in a governmental Catch-22 as he struggles to become a U.S. citizen. Twice in 2020, U.S. Customs and Immigration Service officials scheduled Hector Ocegueda-Rivera for required naturalization interviews in Los Angeles. In both instances, Department of Homeland Security denied him entry into the U.S., including once when Border Patrol agents turned h...
Tags: Florida, News, California, Mexico, Immigration, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Military, Veterans, United States, Marine Corps, Marines, Long Beach, Bill


Rancho La Puerta ~ La Cocina Que Canta

The rainy season has arrived in Northern California, a long-awaited drenching for garden beds and borders. Photo: La Cocina Que Canta Cooking School I rarely have time to post these days. Life seems to be getting in the way. As Fall moves toward the Winter season, I sit with a cup of tea and dream about my visit a few years ago to Rancho La Puerta. The inspiring landscape of Tecate, Mexico remains in my mind's eye, along with a high point of my week long-stay at the spa: a cooking class...
Tags: Gardening, Northern California, Tecate Mexico, Bay Area Tendrils, Rancho La Puerta, La Cocina Que Canta, Lemon Verbena, Rancho La Puerta ~ La Cocina Que Canta, La Cocina Que Canta Cooking School


Provocative street art installation shows baby peering over US-Mexico border wall

Renowned street artist JR has installed a provocative new piece on the US-Mexico border. Best-known for his artistic commentary on social issues, JR reportedly designed a poster of a large baby peering over the border fence from the Mexican side. MyModernMet reported that the piece was installed in response to Donald Trump’s border wall rhetoric, as well as his efforts to rescind the DACA program that protects children of undocumented immigrants from being deported. The installation, entitled ...
Tags: Design, Israel, US, Palestine, Donald Trump, Tecate Mexico, Kikito, MyModernMet, Marc Azoulay, New York Studio, Pedro Alonzo, Gemeos Banksy


Mexican Beer Brand Mocks Trump's Wall In Brilliant Ad

The 84 million people watching Monday’s presidential debate didn’t get to hear any new details about Donald Trump’s infamous proposed border wall. But one beer brand put it in the limelight ― at least for a few select audiences. Tecate, a Mexican beer company owned by Heineken, surprised Fox News debate viewers with a 30-second commercial, proposing an altered version of the Republican presidential nominee’s wall between Mexico and the U.S.  “The time has come for a wall,” the super intense, mi...
Tags: News, Mexico, America, Heineken, Fox News, Donald Trump, Adweek, Huffington Post, Trump, Univision, Carla Herreria, Telemundo, Tecate, Tecate Mexico, Saatchi Saatchi New York


Tecate Light Builds A Wall To Unify, Not Divide In Tonight's Bold Commercial Premiering Nationally Surrounding The First Presidential Debate

Tonight, Tecate Light, the fastest growing light beer in the U.S. versus its competitors, will debut a bold new, national television commercial called "The Wall" on Fox News, Univision and Telemundo surrounding the first Presidential debate."The Wall," created by Tecate with Saatchi & Saatchi NY, is the latest 30-second TV spot from the "Born Bold" campaign that once again shines the spotlight on the brand's protagonist, the Black Eagle, while it soars above a small Mexican border town separate...
Tags: Mexico, Advertising, US, Black Eagle, Telemundo, Tecate, Tecate Mexico, Jennifer Weiss, MediaVest, Beer Ads, Sylvia G, Alcohol Ad, Political Ads


Border towns to Trump: The wall won't work

In towns of Tecate, Mexico, and Tecate, Calif., people don't seem to need Donald Trump's wall.           
Tags: Donald Trump, Trump, Tecate Mexico, Tecate Calif


Rainy Season in Northern California

The rainy season has arrived in Northern California, a long-awaited drenching for garden beds and borders. I rarely have time to post these days. Life seems to be getting in the way. As Fall moves toward the Winter season, I sit with a cup of tea and dream about my visit a few years ago to Rancho La Puerta. The inspiring landscape of Tecate, Mexico remains in my mind's eye, along with a high point of my week long-stay at the spa: a cooking class at The Kitchen That Sings! ... La Cocina Q...
Tags: Northern California, Tecate Mexico, Bay Area Tendrils, Rancho La Puerta, La Cocina Que Canta, Lemon Verbena


SCORE Baja 500 Results 2015

Racing with the discipline and patience of a much older and more experienced desert racer, 20-year old Carlos Lopez of Tecate, Mexico, blazed past a field that included the world's best desert racers to capture the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory Saturday at the 47th Bud Light SCORE Baja 500 desert race. Round three of the five-race 2015 SCORE World Desert Championship started and finished in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, the seaside port on the Pacific Ocean, 85 miles south of San D...
Tags: Pacific Ocean, Carlos Lopez, Tecate Mexico, Ensenada Baja California Mexico