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Youth Building the Future scholarship recipients are taken to Islas Marías in the midst of a pandemic

In the photos you can see most of them without face masks and without keeping a healthy distance. Photo: special


In the midst of the rebound of the Covid-19 pandemic, the head of Semarnat, María Luisa Albores González, brought at least 20 scholarship holders to the Marías Islands of the Youth Building the Future program to train them in the care of agroecological farms.

In her social networks, the person in charge of the country’s environmental policy presumed that the traditional indigenous doctors Tere, Ana, Nelson and Alejandro previously made a clean in the remote place to inaugurate the call “Muros de Agua-José Revueltas Cultural and Environmental Center“.

Photo: Special

In the photos he shared on Twitter, you can see up to 40 people gathered, between scholarship holders and public servants, most without face masks and without keeping a healthy distance, in the Marías Islands, which are located at a distance of 8 hours by boat to the port of Mazatlán, Sinaloa.

Albores González assured that this learning will return to young people guardians of their territories.

From the collective point of view, we build the path to a country where respect for nature and harmonious relationships with our territory are a priority. #We areMedioAmbiente, “he wrote.

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