06 Sep '11, 4am

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Bolivia under its first indigenous-born president, Evo Morales, has made steps towards raising awareness about environmental issues, even outlining the rights of Mother Nature in its constitution -- so christening the first Sunday in September as the Day of the Pedestrian is yet just another attempt to get people connected to a more eco-friendly way of life, though they'd have little choice. Rueters reports that a day-long ban on automobiles (including public transportation) took some 2 million vehicles off the streets across nine cities.

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