The "Not Here" movement against the ammonia plant maintains that "the current filling of more than 26 hectares has already caused alterations in the lagoon's currents and a large amount of materials incorporated into the water have affected its quality.

The USAID supported Ethos investigation into Sinaloa, Mexico, reports on the "Not Here" indigenous movement against the construction of an ammonia plant. The Yoreme are an Indigenous group from Topolobampo, Sinaloa. They live in a region affected by the construction of an ammonia plant and where sea levels are expected to rise due to climate change.


The Agony of the Wetland

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Country Mexico
Topics Democracy, Rights, and Governance, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

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