As Mexico City’s chief resiliency officer, Arnoldo Kramer, said to The New York Times, “Climate change has become the biggest long-term threat to this city’s future. And that’s because it is linked to water, health, air pollution, traffic disruption from floods, housing vulnerability to landslides — which means we can’t begin to address any of the city’s real problems without facing the climate issue.”
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crowded capital toward a breaking point.
And we’d argue the same is true for the rest of the nation – and the world. Climate change touches every aspect of our lives.
Here are three leading ways climate change is already hitting Mexico and its people. Plus, as a bonus, two ways you can take action today to help solve the climate crisis.
Read the Climate Reality Project story - “How is climate change affecting Mexico?”