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A CITY’S SCAR BECOMES ITS PARK, LA LINEA VERDE
In Aguascalientes, Mexico, officials have transformed a dusty, littered, and dangerous ribbon of land along an underground oil pipeline, which traverses a series of impoverished neighborhoods in the city of 1.3 million, into a 12-kilometer long linear park. Read about the remarkable environmental and social reclamation project of one of Latin America’s most extraordinary urban green spaces: La Línea Verde — The Green Line — in this article by Ana Arana.

A CITY’S SCAR BECOMES ITS PARK, LA LINEA VERDE

In Aguascalientes, Mexico, officials have transformed a dusty, littered, and dangerous ribbon of land along an underground oil pipeline, which traverses a series of impoverished neighborhoods in the city of 1.3 million, into a 12-kilometer long linear park. Read about the remarkable environmental and social reclamation project of one of Latin America’s most extraordinary urban green spaces: La Línea Verde — The Green Line — in this article by Ana Arana.

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    La verdad, sólo partes de la Línea verde de la Lorena están “bien”. La mayor parte no tiene ni árboles ni nada. A todo...
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    Amazingly beautiful.
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