Sobre Nosotros

Pax Terra was founded to help preserve one of the world’s most important ecosystems: the habitat for marine life at Magdalena Bay in Baja California in Mexico. We engage local, state, and national organizations that share our investment in the future well-being and commercial sustainability of the Magdalena Bay complex. We meet regularly with members of the local fishing cooperative to foster a sense of solidarity by joining forces with them to prevent the potential loss of fishing concessions surrounding the bay, which are threatened by an inability to met lease payments.

Pax Terra also teams with the local School for Field Studies as well as resource management consultants to compile the research data needed to build management systems appropriate to environmental sustainability projects for the surrounding ecosystem. We have affiliated with San Diego University School of Business to generate interest in conducting coursework related to the unique business model we are developing.

We are closely involved with local and national promotional events that target preservation and awareness issues related to the bay, including World Environment Day, the annual Tortuga festival in late summer, and the Gray Whale festival held in the early spring.

Pax Terra is creating a unique business model that uses a patented internet service control engine to generate revenue for distribution through the newly established Mexico non-profit BRUMMA A.C., which was designed for this purpose under the guidance of resource allocation experts. Our officers have presented marketing and promotional workshops to other non-profits, sharing innovative on-line marketing and promotional strategies to make effective use of advertising and reach to prospective sponsors. We work with local and national ecotourism groups in both Mexico and the U.S to introduce new and more effective advertising campaigns that will attract visitors to Mexico, which will contribute to the economic stability needed to sustain the economy.

We are currently conducting town meetings in the Magdalena Bay Area to provide opportunities for engagement among the locals and to gather responses and suggestions for further advancement of the community’s needs. We have heightened educational awareness for the project within the public school system by inviting student participation, as well as providing for public education through our website (www.pax-terra.org), which explains the business tools we are using and how they relate to the promotion of financial opportunities and sustainable resources to ensure the future sustainability of the Magdalena Bay ecosystem.

Carta de Navidad

diciembre 21st, 2009

Presentacion Pax Terra

junio 18th, 2009

Ori y El Triple Play

junio 11th, 2009

Ori y El Mercadeo en Linea

junio 11th, 2009

Ori y Pax Terra

junio 11th, 2009

Crispin Mendoza “El Rey de la ballena” y Ori

mayo 17th, 2009

Consumismo consciente

abril 26th, 2009

La promesa del ecoturismo

abril 26th, 2009

!Salvemos a las ballenas” puede ser otra vez un grito de batalla de orden internacional pero, definitivamente, proteger a las ballenas grises que emigran hacia aguas mexicanas es urgente e indispensable. Su viaje anual a las bahías en la costa occidental de Baja California Sur – alguna vez seguro y confiable – ha vuelto a ser peligroso aun cuando la ballena gris ha sido considerada como una especie fuera de peligro de extinción. Sin embargo, en los últimos 15 años no se han desarrollado acciones que garanticen un futuro mejor para la especie.

Si consideras el “avistamiento de ballena gris en Baja California Sur” una de las cosas que debes hacer antes de morir, si crees que observar ballenas en aguas de Bahía Magdalena mientras cuidan y alimentan a sus crías es una experiencia impostergable entonces deberías apoyar las actividades turísticas en armonía con la naturaleza. De igual forma podrías contribuir con esta iniciativa apoyando a PAX TERRA y su plan para crear noticias de turismo sustentable en Baja California. Seremos una importante fuente de información sobre ecoturismo y turismo de aventura además de invitar a los habitantes del mundo a visitar el complejo lagunar costero más importante del Pacífico mexicano.

Con estas acciones podremos ayudar a los pescadores, industrias y comunidades que con sus actividades diarias afectan la armonía y balance de la región haciéndola poco atractiva para la ballena gris y su cría. El bienestar de los habitantes de las comunidades costeras – y el nuestro propio – se verá mejorado con el desarrollo de actividades ecoturísticas responsables y comprometidas con el ambiente.

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Datos de la ballena gris

abril 26th, 2009