It’s hard to understand why the Cabo Cortès project is even being considered, not to mention being granted permits. Long term, nothing good for Baja Sur can come from it. All that construction and all that human waste can only be bad for the resurgent reef at Cabo Pulmo. Seems to be common sense but personal greed tends to triumph over the common good more times than not.
National Geographic, via news posts from Enric Sala, shares their view on the resurgence of Cabo Pulmo and the Cabo Cortès project at the links below:
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