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Grupo de los Cien

Grupo de los Cien
Grupo de los Cien (Group of 100), an international environmental organization of writers, artists, and scientists, is among the most vocal defenders of the Mexican environment. It was the Group of 100 that first sounded the alarm about the dangers involved in building the world's largest saltworks at Laguna San Ignacio, the last pristine birthing ground of the gray whale, and was instrumental in the defeat of the project.

Type of Organization:   Policy or Management

Sector:   Non-governmental Organization

Main Field of Focus:   International Environmental Organization Defending the Mexican Environment

Contact Person:   Ferber, Betty

Mailing Address:
Apartado Postal 41-523
Col. Virreyes
Mexico, D.F., 11001
Fax: +52 525-520-3577

Keywords:   Policy, Conservation

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