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International Earth Day!

April 22, world earth day. At present, lighting consumes about 20% of all the energy produced in the world.

In addition, it is estimated that by 2040, the consumption of energy in our homes worldwide will increase by 57%, according to information from the United States Energy Information Administration, EIA.

This April 22 is Earth Day, so it is important to reduce our levels of consumption in electricity, which will be reflected both in the welfare of the planet and in the pockets of consumers.

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March 22 | International Water Day

The International Water Day is celebrated annually on March 22 as a means of drawing attention to the importance of water and the defense of the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

On thisInternational Water Day we remember that “Water is the basis of sustainable development”. The reduction of poverty, economic growth and environmental sustainability are based on water resources and the range of services they provide. From food and energy security to human and environmental health, water contributes to improving social welfare and inclusive growth, which affects the livelihood of billions of human beings.

Progress towards achieving most of the sustainable development goals requires a significant improvement in water management throughout the world.

We must better understand the complex interactions between resources that are related to each other such as water, food and energy. And we must recognize that it is impossible to order these resources in a sustainable way if we treat them in isolation. All forms of energy production affect the quantity and quality of water available.

There is enough water on the planet for everyone. What we still lack is better governance and the collective courage to reach equitable agreements, which must be based on the results of research and reliable data.International Water Day.

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Finding the largest underwater caverns in the world in Quintana Roo.

The most recent find in the Mexican peninsula, largest Underwater Caverns in the world, is a cavernous system called Sac Actun that connects to the Cenote Dos Ojos.

The two connected Underwater Caverns form the largest flooded cave in the world.

This forms a submarine passage of 347 kilonetros with archaeological remains of the populating civilizations of America.

It is the largest in the world.

“This is an effort of more than 20 years; to travel hundreds of kilometers of caves submerged in Quintana Roo mainly; of which I dedicated 14 years to explore this monstrous Sac Actun System, now everyone’s job is to conserve it.” said Robbert Schmittner, who is the guide of this wonderful project.

This huge underwater tunnel is also a significant archaeological find.

“This immense Underwater Cavern represents the most important submerged archaeological site in the world; because it has a hundred archaeological contexts. Including evidence of the first settlers of America; extinct fauna and remains of the Mayan culture.” said Guillermo Anda, researcher at the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico and director of the research group Gran Acuífero Maya.

The team will continue working in the area to try to unite Sac Actun with other underwater systems also located in Tulum. They also want to analyze the quality of water and its impact on the biodiversity that inhabits these ancient waters.


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Lemmus present at the largest conference of the Real Estate of America

The Urban Land Institute is an independent research and education organization offering conferences, events and publications. All that involved real estate, real estate development, land for sale in Cancun and the creation of places.

The objective of this organization is none other than to provide leadership in the responsible use of the soil. The creation and maintenance of emerging communities around the world. Independent non-profit organization with global representation supported by members representing the full spectrum of real estate development and land use.


It has more than 40,000 members from 82 different nationalities. ULI members represent the full range of land use and development of the various disciplines in both private and public utilities.

Associates come from different disciplines, both in private companies and in public service, but the same common goal. These members are composed of: 34% architects, lawyers, consultants and other service professionals; 32% developers; 18% investment firms and professionals from financial institutions; And 16% government, non-profit organizations and academia. As we mentioned above ULI has representation worldwide with headquarters in America, Asia and the Pacific and Europe.

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The Mexican Caribbean wins five international tourism awards

The Riviera Maya and Cancun triumph in the 2017 Travvy Awards held at Gotham Hall in New York, USA. What consolidates the Mexican Caribbean as a modern destination, competitive and of high excellence for the domestic and international traveler. Luxury homes for sale in Cancun.

The Travvy Awards are considered the most prestigious Resort Industry Academy Awards, recognizing the highest standards of quality and excellence in the industry and honoring companies, travel products, agencies and destinations for their Outstanding achievements. Chosen by more than 100 thousand travel agents around the world.

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