Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world

Guanajuato City, Mexico

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As part of our  coverage on “The New City” we asked our bloggers for some pictures from their cities. Are there any places in their cities that are prime examples for sustainable urban living? But it could also be a negative example in order to show how a city should not look like.

Guanajuato is a city of culture, history and tradition where lots of tourists from Mexico and all over the world enjoy some time. Even though its traditional colorful houses make it beautiful, most of them are in bad conditions and its impossible to see a tree in the city.


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Mexican internationalist from ITAM and current Information Management graduate student at the University of Washington (Fulbright and Conacyt scholarships). Half time consultant for the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Competitive Intelligence Unit (CIU) as well as blogger for the Future Challenges international network. @Kapellmann