Monday, December 6, 2010

Climate Change Village in Cancun

Yesterday,  Josh and I took the kiddos to visit the exhibits at the Climate Change Village, which is being held in conjunction with the Climate Change Conference.

Guess what I learned?
  • Quintana Roo's habitat hosts 50% of all Bird species found in Mexico.
  • The jaguar population of Quintana Roo is larger than any population found in North or Central America.


Be sure to visit the Village!  The entrance and exhibits are FREE!  It is located just north of the Cancun Airport on the east side of the highway.

They have a trade show with all sorts of new, funky electric cars, green technology, and Mexico governmental booths.  They also have a children's exhibit (the whole reason that we took the kids) was having electrical issues while we were there -- so we are going to try to get back to check it out with the little guys.

The most fantastic part is the "Mexico: en tus sentidos" exhibit.  It is worth going just to see this alone!!!  This is a fantastic photo exhibition by Willie Souza.  It has been all over the world and has been seen by more than 10 million visitors.  Go!  Go!  Go!  The photography is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!!


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Amber Pierce-Schulz is the Broker/Owner of Mayan Riviera Properties, specializing in Puerto Morelos Real Estate and Puerto Morelos Vacation Rentals. We are members of AMPI and Federally Certified Realtors.

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