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ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/6/2009 7:42:04 PM   
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We are now proceeding with a plan to have Xcacel and Xcacelito designated as federal sanctuaries. Below is a short release and a letter to be sent to President Calderon and other key federal officials. Please use this info in any way you can. If you have further thoughts, please let us know!

The SAVE gang!

CONTACT INFO:
Nancy DeRosa
Director
Society of Akumal’s Vital Ecology, A.C. (SAVE)
Lot 35 C Aventuras Akumal
77760 Mexico
[color="#800080" size="3"]www.saverivieramaya.org
cenotes@prodigy.net.mx
+ (52)984-87-59020
+ (52)984-87-59021 fax
TOLL FREE in Mexico 01-800-509-4376

 
Xcacel Turtle Nesting Ground is NOT for Sale !
 
AVENTURAS AKUMAL, Mexico,  February 4, 2009 : The hard won legal protection gained for the turtle sanctuary of Playa Xcacel is in peril once again. Located on the Caribbean coastline 10 miles north of Tulum Ruins, the beautiful beaches of Xcacel and Xcacelito are being threatened by development. For the Yucatan Peninsula ’s most important Green and Loggerhead turtle nesting site, all concerned citizens must now activate to secure federal status of protection. Over the past several weeks a story has unfolded highlighting potential illegal developments impacting the environment.
 
The beaches and adjacent lands of Xcacel appear to have bounced from federal protection to state protection to developers and then back to the status of State Natural Protected Area. The gaps and negligence by powerful political interests in the economics of development have left the turtle sanctuary vulnerable once again.
 
In 2001, after a 2-year legal battle to stop the building of an all-inclusive resort, Playas Xcacel and Xcacelito were once again given legal protection by the state of Quintana Roo. In the process, the University of Quintana Roo was entrusted with the parcel of land containing five lots bordering the protected beach zone of Xcacel. This zone contains mangroves, endangered flora, and subterranean freshwater rivers and is the buffer zone for the magic that takes place during Xcacel’s turtle nestings.
 
One of the lots stayed in the hands of a developer who is trying for a third time to build a project. This incarnation is currently known as Punta Carey. No impact statements have yet been approved. In their prior attempts however, significant acreage of mangroves were devastated and wetlands filled in. While the current development has not broken ground, perhaps they will not. There is also a rumor that the transfer of ownership of another lot is being brokered. The only way we can be sure of this is to re-secure federal sanctuary protection from the shore west through the wetland zone to Highway 307. Only reinstatement of federal protection would discourage further manipulation by the Quintana Roo state government. We say: Xcacel is not for sale. We demand federal protection.
 
 
Here’s what you can do:
 
-Write letters to city, county, state federal officials; to press; forward or post to all networks (see below).
-Make calls to who you know i.e. press, people of influence.
-Use technology! Post, forward, become part of a global voice.
-Local friends; stay tune for local actions that we will be organizing.
-International friends (outside Mexico ), write to the officials in your country who can bring pressure to bear on the Mexican government.
-What else can you do? If you have methods for successful actions, let us know!!!!!   
 
 
Sample Letter
salito.calderon@presidencia.gob.mx,  c.secretario@semarnat.gob.mx, juan.elvira@semarnat.gob.mx, enkerlin@conanp.gob.mxpresiden@ine.gob.mx, marcoparticular@yahoo.com,  kermithz@yahoo.com.mx, agusvb7@hotmail.com, Moret02qr@hotmail.com, presidencia_tulum@hotmail.com; cenotes@prodigy.net.mx
 

Dear Sirs:
Please exercise all of the power in your authority to decree federal protected status for the turtle sanctuary and bordering regions of Playa Xcacel and Playa Xcacelito in Quintana Roo. We are asking for protection extending from the reef west through the wetland jungle to Highway 307. In addition to the endangered marine turtles who return annually for nesting, the zone contains mangrove and endangered plants. This is of critical ecological importance not only to the region, but to Mexico and all of our international community. It is also one of the last public beaches for locals to enjoy.
 
Areas of such environmental importance as those in the Central Quintana Roo coast should not be completely sacrificed to the development of the Riviera Maya and Costa Maya. A balance must be attained. 
 
Xcacel is not for sale!!! Xcacel is not for sale!!! We demand federal protection.
 
Sincerely
Joe Ecology
 
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In Spanish
 
El Santuario de las Tortugas Xcacel NO esta en venta.
 
AVENTURAS AKUMAL, México, Febrero 4, 2009: La protección que fue ganada para las playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito esta en peligro de nuevo. Localizada en la linea costera del Caribe mexicano diez millas al norte de las ruinas de Tulum, las hermosas playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito están siendo amenazadas por el desarrollo. Todos los ciudadanos conscientes debemos tomar acción para lograr estado de protección federal para el sitio más importante para la nidación de tortugas verdes y caguama en la península de Yucatán. Durante la semanas pasadas se ha desenvuelto una historia que subraya la posibilidad de desarrollos ilegales impactando éste ambiente.
 
Las playas y tierras adyacentes de Xcacel parecen haber rebotado de protección federal a protección estatal para pasar a manos de desarrolladores para regresar después al status de Area Natural protegida por el estado. Estos cambios y la negligencia de los políticos poderosos con intereses económicos han dejado al santuario vulnerable otra vez.
 
En el 2001, después de 2 años de batalla legal en contra de la construcción de un “todo incluido”, Las playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito recibieron de nuevo protección legal por el estado de Quintana Roo. En este proceso la Universidad de Quintana Roo recibió bajo comodato el control de los 5 predios que conforman el polígono de Xcacel. Esta zona contiene manglares, flora amenazada, y ríos subterráneos de agua fresca que completan el ecosistema que permite la magia que cada año tiene lugar en Xcacel en temporada de nidación.
 
Pero el predio norte quedo en manos de un desarrollador que esta intentando construir por tercera vez en dicho lugar. Actualmente a esta reencarnación se le conoce como Punta Carey que por el momento no cuenta con una manifestación de impacto ambiental aprobada. Gracias a que este proyecto no a despegado todavía existe la posibilidad de que no lo haga; para lograrlo Xcacel necesita recuperar el status de protección a nivel federal desde el mar hasta la carretera 307. Por eso entonamos: Xcacel no esta en venta, Demandamos protección federal.
 
Aquí esta lo que tu puedes hacer por Xcacel:
 
-Escribe cartas a los cabezas de gobierno e instituciones gubernamentales tanto estatales como federales (Ver los correos al pie de esta carta) y reenvía las mismas a la prensa.
-Contacta a toda persona que pienses puede ayudar a la causa.
-Mantente al corriente a través de la prensa y de nuestro sitio de internet: www.saverivieramaya.org
-Para las personas fuera de México, escriban a sus gobernantes para que presionen al gobierno de México.
-¿Qué más puedes hacer?, si tienes otros métodos de acción dejanos saber, todo esfuerzo es bien recibido.
 
Si la escritura no es tu fuerte o no cuentas con el tiempo para redactar una carta; pero quieres participar puedes utilizar la
 
siguiente carta y solo firmarla con tu nombre.
 
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Estimados Señores:
 
Por favor ejerciten todo el poder en su autoridad para decretar “El Santuario de la Tortuga Xcacel – Xcacelito” en Quintana Roo como área natural protegida a nivel federal. Solicitamos que la protección abarque desde el arrecife al oeste pase por el humedal y llegue al este hasta la carretera federal 307. Aparte de las tortugas que regresan cada año a nidar el ecosistema contiene manglar y diversas especies de flora y fauna amenazadas. Esto es de importancia critica no solo para la región o el estado sino para México y el mundo entero. Además esta es una de las últimas playas abiertas a la población local.
 
Las áreas con tanta relevancia ambiental no deben de ser sacrificadas en pro del desarrollo de la Riviera Maya. La región se encuentra en desequilibrio y se debe buscar el balance no la erradicación del ecosistema.
 
¡Xcacel no esta en venta!, ¡Demandamos se decrete protección federal!
 
Sinceramente: TU NOMBRE
 
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Key Officials to write to in the Mexican Federal Government
The email list above represents these officials.
 
Lic. Felipe Calderon
Presidente Constitucional de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Constitutional President of México
Residencia Presidencial de los Pinos
Puerto Central, Primer Piso
Colonial San Miguel Chapultepec
Mexico, DF CP 11850
Tel:       555-093-5300
Email:    salito.calderon@presidencia.gob.mx
 
Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada
Secretaria del Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (SEMARNAT)
Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources
Lateral de Anillo Periférico Sur 4209, 6 Piso
Fraccionamiento Jardines de la Montana                  
Delegación Tlalpan
México, DF CP 14210
Tel:       555-628-0602
             555-628-0603
Fax:      555-628-0643
             555-628-0644
Email:    c.secretario@semarnat.gob.mx
            juan.elvira@semarnat.gob.mx
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Dr. Ernesto Enkerlin Hoeflich
President
Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP)
National Commission of Natural Protected Areas
Camino al Ajusco No. 200
Col. Jardines en la Montaña
Delegación Tlalpan
México, DF CP 14210
Tel.       555-449-7000

Tel:       555-449-7001           
Fax:      555-449-7025
Email:    enkerlin@conanp.gob.mx
 
Fernández Bremauntz Adrian Alfredo
President
Instituto Nacional de Ecología (INE)
National Institute of Ecology
Calle: Periférico 5000, Col. Insurgentes Cuicuilco
Delegación Coyoacán
México, DF CP 04530
Tel:       555-424-6418
Email:    presiden@ine.gob.mx
 
Félix González Canto
Gobierno del Estado de Quintana Roo
Governor of the State of Quintana Roo

Palacio de Gobierno
Av. 22 de Enero No. 001 Col. Centro
Chetumal, Quintana Roo

México, CP 77000
Tel:       983-835-0500 Extensión: 1177

Email:   marcoparticular@yahoo.com  
 
Kermith Zapata
Journalist for Respuesta
Reportero para el diario Respuesta.
Calle 1ra sur, manzana 227 lote 2, colonia ejidal
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
Mexico  CP
Teléfono Diario Respuesta: 984-206-2000
Teléfono Kermith Zapata: 984-132-9751
Email:    kermithz@hotmail.com
             kermithz@yahoo.com.mx
 
Ing Francisco Javier Días
Secretaria de Desarrollo Urbano y Medio Ambiente (SEDUMA)
Secretary of Urban Development and Environment.
Av. Efraín Aguilar # 418
Chetumal, Quintana Roo
Mexico, CP 77000
Tel:       983-832-4108, 129-3317, 129-3318
Fax: numero anterior extensión 138
Email:    agusvb7@hotmail.com
             Moret02qr@hotmail.com
 
Jorge Luis Córdoba Pech
Alcaldía Tulum
Mayor of Tulum
Avenida Tulum oriente entre calle alfa sur  y  Osiris tour, manzana 1 lote 1 y 3
Tulum, Quintana Roo
Mexico CP 77780
Tel:       984-871-2304
Email:    presidencia_tulum@hotmail.com
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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/6/2009 8:46:13 PM   
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Sent this to Greenpeace-Mexico-Canada

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/6/2009 9:27:28 PM   
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For any Canadians who wish to contact the Mexican Embassy here in Canada, here is the link.

http://portal.sre.gob.mx/canadaingles/index.php?option=contact&Itemid=6

I have sent them a letter saying the following:

Hello, my name is Keith Beck and I am a Canadian Citizen living in Alberta Canada. We have just recently purchased a small 2nd home near the town on Tulum in Quintana Roo MX. Being a foreigner in your country, I would never presume to suggest to you how to run your country as I am for now just a visitor. However, we are very concerned about the destruction of two beaches close to where we have invested in your country.
El Santuario de las Tortugas Xcacel NO esta en venta.

AVENTURAS AKUMAL, México, Febrero 4, 2009: La protección que fue ganada para las playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito esta en peligro de nuevo. Localizada en la linea costera del Caribe mexicano diez millas al norte de las ruinas de Tulum, las hermosas playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito están siendo amenazadas por el desarrollo. Todos los ciudadanos conscientes debemos tomar acción para lograr estado de protección federal para el sitio más importante para la nidación de tortugas verdes y caguama en la península de Yucatán. Durante la semanas pasadas se ha desenvuelto una historia que subraya la posibilidad de desarrollos ilegales impactando éste ambiente.

Las playas y tierras adyacentes de Xcacel parecen haber rebotado de protección federal a protección estatal para pasar a manos de desarrolladores para regresar después al status de Area Natural protegida por el estado. Estos cambios y la negligencia de los políticos poderosos con intereses económicos han dejado al santuario vulnerable otra vez.

En el 2001, después de 2 años de batalla legal en contra de la construcción de un “todo incluido”, Las playas de Xcacel – Xcacelito recibieron de nuevo protección legal por el estado de Quintana Roo. En este proceso la Universidad de Quintana Roo recibió bajo comodato el control de los 5 predios que conforman el polígono de Xcacel. Esta zona contiene manglares, flora amenazada, y ríos subterráneos de agua fresca que completan el ecosistema que permite la magia que cada año tiene lugar en Xcacel en temporada de nidación.

Pero el predio norte quedo en manos de un desarrollador que esta intentando construir por tercera vez en dicho lugar. Actualmente a esta reencarnación se le conoce como Punta Carey que por el momento no cuenta con una manifestación de impacto ambiental aprobada. Gracias a que este proyecto no a despegado todavía existe la posibilidad de que no lo haga; para lograrlo Xcacel necesita recuperar el status de protección a nivel federal desde el mar hasta la carretera 307. Por eso entonamos: Xcacel no esta en venta, Demandamos protección federal.

Aquí esta lo que tu puedes hacer por Xcacel:

Please exercise all of the power in your authority to decree federal protected status for the turtle sanctuary and bordering regions of Playa Xcacel and Playa Xcacelito in Quintana Roo. We are asking for protection extending from the reef west through the wetland jungle to Highway 307. In addition to the endangered marine turtles who return annually for nesting, the zone contains mangrove and endangered plants. This is of critical ecological importance not only to the region, but to Mexico and all of our international community. It is also one of the last public beaches for locals to enjoy.

Areas of such environmental importance as those in the Central Quintana Roo coast should not be completely sacrificed to the development of the Riviera Maya and Costa Maya. A balance must be attained. It is important to protect these areas along the coastal areas of Mexico and keep them safe for these beautiful endangered species turtles to continue to exist. These are very special places that should be preserved for all to enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean Ocean and all it has to offer.

Sincerely,

Keith Beck and Family

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/6/2009 10:05:46 PM   
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Here is a map with Punta Carey labeled (on the right) so everyone knows where the recent construction/destruction is taking place....

Edited version with updated location:





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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/7/2009 2:14:29 PM   
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Chris--
This is a great map, and very helpful. One key edit needs to be made. Punta Carey is between the beaches Chemyulito and Xcacel on the more rounded point. What you are pointing out is the development we all saw which ended up being Grupo Posada´s Fiesta Americana. The did receive all their approvals and permits, including the destruction of Mangroves back in 2002 when the feds made a window that said it was ok to destroy mangroves. After a short period, when the cronies all got their permits, the window was closed, and voila, now it is illegal again to destroy the mangrove....

Here is a whole lot more info, which really details all that has been uncovered since January when I first saw the bulldozing. We chose to keep the release short and sweet, but here´s the scoop!

Marti

AVENTURAS AKUMAL January 27, 2009: The hard won legal protection gained for the turtle sanctuary of Playa Xcacel is in peril once again. Located on the Caribbean coastline 10 miles north of Tulum Ruins, the beautiful beaches of Xcacel and Xcacelito are being threatened by development. For the Yucatan Peninsula’s most important Green and Loggerhead turtle nesting site, all concerned citizens must now activate to secure federal status of protection. Over the past several weeks a story has unfolded highlighting potential illegal developments impacting the environment.
 
The beaches of Xcacel were given State Natural Protected Area status by the state of Quintana Roo in 1998. However, the same state government turned around, split the area into 5 separate lots and sold them for $5 USD a square meter to a hotel consortium led by Spanish Hotel Meliá that would build 1400 hotel rooms right smack in the middle of the protected area. After a 2-year legal battle by the local Ecology NGO’s who rallied the local community to stop the building of the illegal resorts, the Federal Government cancelled the permits it had granted and Xcacel supposedly recovered its State Protected Area status. The government relocated four of the five hotel developers giving them beachfront lots elsewhere in the Riviera Maya. The fifth one at the northern point of X’cacel and owned by Aldeas of The Costa Maya was never returned by the defeated developers to the State Government. Unfortunately, the plans to turn X’cacel into a Federal Protected Area never did materialize. Instead, the 38 Hectare piece of land was entrusted by the State Government to the University of Q. Roo. This State University was supposed to develop a Management Program for the protected area, but they never did. Instead they have been  serving the purposes of the State Government and it is known they have been swapping pieces of land entrusted to them for others in order to allow their sale for the ever beach front hungry foreign developers constantly proposing new projects to the Q. Roo government. Therefore it’s not just the northern point of X’cacel which is in peril. The developers who have clung to this northern piece of X’cacel illegally already tried to develop the Bahia Secreta project there in 2006, and insisted again in late 2008 with the Punta Carey project. In both cases the project were stopped by the Federal Environmental control body, called SEMARNAT. However during the several months it took the ecologists to force the federal government to stop these two state consented illegal projects, significant acreage of mangroves was already devastated and its wetlands filled in those two development attempts. Therefore our priority is to seek Federal Protected Area status for the whole of X’cacel, and not just keeping up the pressure to avoid development on its northern point. Only federal protection would discourage any further manipulation by the Q. Roo state government, through the Q. Roo State University, to circumvent the ecology law or use its diverse loopholes to allow development in this unique Turlte reproduction area.
 
A second priority is to keep a close watch on another development in a piece of land called Chemuyilito, which is not part of X’cacel but lies immediately to the north beyond the fifth lot of X’cacel. This beachfront land abotting X’cacel belongs to the Grupo Posadas Hotel corporation, owners of the prestigious Fiesta Americana brand Hotel chain and the only Mexican corporation currently developing in the Riviera Maya. Interestingly their Ecotur development company obtained the proper federal development permits back in 2002, when the law that mandates mangrove destruction as illegal was lifted for a period of time then reinstated, providing them an opportunity to lawfully fill in the coastal mangroves in their land and they did take advantage. Unfortunately, all of the permits and impact studies were completed and are approved for Fiesta Americana Hotel project now under construction in Chemuyilito, abotting X’cacel.
 
In January 2009. Ecotur brought in the bulldozers to begin their project. The devastation borders the turtle nesting beach of Chemyulito right up to the dunes. Mangroves were filled in. Endangered chit palms were mowed down. Initial concern was that this project was one that SAVE had been alerted to, Punta Carey. SAVE began a campaign to get answers about the destruction we found. The enforcement arm of Mexico’s environmental agency PROFEPA was notified to these facts, as were press and friends around the world. It was investigative journalism that revealed Ecotur as the developer of the land with an approved impact statement and permits in hand. Upon PROFEPA’s investigations, the report is that there is no problem. No problem that mangroves were filled in. No problem that Chit Palms were destroyed.
 
Now, the project of Punta Carey is revealed. There is interface between the private property belonging to a developer, state protected land, and federal protected beach and reef zone within the Xcacel protected zone. While Punta Carey has not broken ground, perhaps they will not. The only way we can be sure of this is to secure federal protection from the beach west to Highway 307 with the status of federal sanctuary.
 
During the course of our research we also discovered that the environmental department of the federal government began the process of making Xcacel and Xcacelito’s protection decree law. In 2005 CONANP completed and published studies assigning the status as that of sanctuary in an area of 360 hectares. There are two strong justifications. 1.) More than 60% of Xcacel and Xcacelito already exist in the federal zone, much of which is reef and 20 meters of shore. 2.) State government officials are more exposed and vulnerable to investors influence. We are finding out that CONANP’s process stalled for so long because Quintana Roo officials have not wished to release their control and resisted federal claims. We are afraid they think development dollars are more important than environmental protection.

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/7/2009 2:42:26 PM   
karona


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Thanks for all the info and especially the Spanish translation and email addresses.  I will get on it right away. 

Also Keith, the letter you sent the Mexican embassy in Canada is very respectful, so if you don't mind I would like to use one very similar to send to the embassy in Vancouver. 



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!Salud!

Karon

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/7/2009 3:00:26 PM   
ChemadianGuy


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This is why I posted it.. go for it. My royalties are small. Cervesa or tequila shots!

Xcacel is NOT for sale!

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/7/2009 4:52:34 PM   
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You folks are GREAT!!!!!!!!! Thanks so much for your fabulous support--we think you are the best!

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 2/23/2009 11:30:12 AM   
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Some more links with info...

http://www.mangroveactionproject.org/news/action-alerts/xcacel-punta-carey-and-grupo-posadas-update/?searchterm=sanctuary

http://saveecodestinations.wordpress.com/2009/01/29/red-alert-ecocide-in-xcacel-xcacelito/

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RE: ACTION! on Playa Xcacel - 4/23/2009 6:32:40 PM   
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http://www.noticaribe.com.mx/rivieramaya/2009/01/dice_seduma_que_no_hay_construcciones_en_xacelxcacelito.html#more PLAYA DEL CARMEN, MX. - “In Xcacel-Xcacelito there is no construction, is no despalme, not it can”, it assured Javier Diaz Carvajal, to title of the Secretariat of Urban Development and Environment (Seduma), although does not know the dimension of the polygon of the protected natural area, as well as if in the bordering estates works of despalme are carried out or construction. Interviewed person in relation to the development End Sea turtle that takes place in contiguous estates to the polygon decreed like state area natural Xcacel-Xcacelito prote'ge'e, the Secretary of Development and Environment asserted that “there is absolutely no construction”; it added that “the area that we have there is the area of the protected natural area of the turtle, and the bordering area is the one that corresponds to the reserve of Quintana Roo”. When to the civil servant he questioned himself to him if he knew that in contiguous lands to the protected natural area a hotel development was being carried out, the civil servant responded: “I would not know decirte that right now”. It added that “the polygon (decreed like tortuguera reserve) is the one that has the area”; nevertheless, it did not know to say which was the dimension of the polygon: “I right now do not have the data in the mind”, commented bothered, “but they are two areas, one that are the natural area and the other that is the one of the surface that occurred to the University of Quintana Roo, bordering to the natural area. Diaz Carvajal commented that the works that the Seduma carries out in Xcacel-Xcacelito are “basically the tortuguero field, the conservation of the species, jointly with environmental Flora and Fauna and some other instances that participate there. He needed that the protected natural area is of state and nonfederal character, “the state has his own system of protected natural areas, and it is not necessary or requisite (a federal decree), he emphasized. In the Plan of Ordenamiento Territorial Ecológico (POET), still effective, the contiguous estates to the reserve have assigned a densidad of 10 quarters by hectare, “or something thus”, indicated the holder of the Seduma. (Noticaribe)

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