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FEATURE: Science mitigates climate uncertainties in Mexico City

Rising temperatures, water scarcity, loss of biodiversity, widespread respiratory ailments and urban heat islands are some of the climate impacts faced by the Mexican capital, one of the world’s biggest cities. To address these issues, the Atmospheric Sciences Centre of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the Institute of Science and Technology in Mexico [...] [more]…

FEATURE: Mexico farmers use traditional knowledge to deal with climate change

Small farmers in Mexico, who receive little institutional support, are drawing on their traditional knowledge to deal with and adapt to climate change, experts say. “Campesinos (peasants) have a strong tradition of expanding their territory, which makes them quite flexible” in dealing with new conditions, Fernando Briones, a researcher at the public Centre for Research [...] [more]…

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