This article paints a detailed, grim look at the effects of climate change and population growth in Mexico City. It is the first in a series from The New York Times called Changing Climate/Changing Cities about how climate change is challenging the world’s urban centers.
“The effects of climate change are varied and opportunistic, but one thing is consistent: They are like sparks in the tinder. They expose cities’ biggest vulnerabilities, inflaming troubles that politicians and city planners often ignore or try to paper over. And they spread outward, defying borders.”« go to news