Don't Destroy a Coral Reef and National Park to Build Mega-Hotel!

A planned 22,000-room hotel development on the Baja Californian coastline threatens not just the future of the coral reef, but also those species and habitats on land. The hotel was previously blocked from construction by the government and former Mexican president Felipe Calderon but new plans have emerged.

The core of the proposed development is the picturesque beach dunes of Punta Arena, where the desert meets the sea. This is no ordinary sea: Cabo Pulmo National Park is perhaps the world's most robust marine reserve and coral reef.

Tell the Mexican government that we don't want to see this precious National Park destroyed for a mega-hotel!

Dear Sir,


We the undersigned believe the government should again block the proposed hotel development at our national park.


A planned 22,000-room hotel development on the Baja Californian coastline threatens not just the future of the coral reef, but also those species and habitats on land. The hotel was previously blocked from construction by the government and former Mexican president Felipe Calderon but new plans have emerged.


The core of the proposed development is the picturesque beach dunes of Punta Arena, where the desert meets the sea. This is no ordinary sea: Cabo Pulmo National Park is perhaps the world's most robust marine reserve and coral reef.


We don't want to see this precious National Park destroyed for a mega-hotel!

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