Mexico City’s First Female Mayor Tackles a City in Trouble

Mexico Citys First Female Mayor Tackles a City in Trouble

Mexico City’s (D.F.) metropolitan area–choked by pollution, riven by crime, and increasingly overpopulated—is home to more than 21 million people. With resources stretched to breaking, even access to drinkable water is becoming scarce. This is the grim reality faced by the city’s new mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum, a Nobel Prize winning scientist who has pledged to tackle it all head on.

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Mexico - Floridas News originally published at Mexico - Floridas News