01 Jun '11, 4pm

Mexico City as a River-Laced Oasis: A local leader in green building sees a revival of the Río Piedad as the fir...

Mexico City as a River-Laced Oasis By THE NEW YORK TIMES Damien Cave writes about a bold proposal to restore at least three of Mexico City’s rivers , ridding the city center of some choked roads and adding parks to lure cyclists, hikers and birds.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/01/mexico-city-as-...

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grist.org 01 Jun '11, 3pm

Mexico City has treated its rivers badly: They tend to be paved over and filled with sewage. But Elías Cattan, a green bui...

Linda MEDELLIN: From World's Drug Capital to Green Oasis: The Incredible Story of Medellin, Colombia:TreeHugger

Linda MEDELLIN: From World's Drug Capital to Gr...

treehugger.com 01 Jun '11, 1pm

From World's Drug Capital to Green Oasis: The Incredible Story of Medellin, Colombia (Slideshow) Photo: Medellin Public Wo...

From World's Drug Capital to Green Oasis: The Incredible Story of Medellin, Colombia

From World's Drug Capital to Green Oasis: The I...

treehugger.com 01 Jun '11, 12pm

Medellin, Colombia: This city's name used to strike fear in peoples' hearts. In the 80s and early 90s, it was known as the...