Conscious CDMX

Conscious CDMX

The CDMX chapter emerges from the necessity to have a space for dialogue
between experts, civil society, policymakers, and local communities.
Where research, analysis, and proposal of ideas and projects where
science/practice-based design are the drivers to reach an inclusive,
equitable and healthy city, that interacts and responds to all its
voices, a Conscious CDMX.

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Mexico city owes much of its identity to its pre-Hispanic background.
From architectural vestiges and urban planning practices to culinary
traditions and customs, where still to this day 57 native Mexican
languages are spoken. These historical traces always present in the
daily realities of all its inhabitants. Since its foundation, till today
it has been a cultural gathering point, where people from all over
Mexico and the world, make their home. Making CDMX one of the most
populated cities in the world. Such a great diversity of voices needs to
be heard.

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Mexico city owes much of its identity to its pre-Hispanic background.
From architectural vestiges and urban planning practices to culinary
traditions and customs, where still to this day 57 native Mexican
languages are spoken. These historical traces always present in the
daily realities of all its inhabitants. Since its foundation, till today
it has been a cultural gathering point, where people from all over
Mexico and the world, make their home. Making CDMX one of the most
populated cities in the world. Such a great diversity of voices needs to
be heard.

Angel Hernandez

Contributors

Frank Suurenbroek
Gideon Spanjar

Introduction  Urban renewal and urban area development projects are by nature highly complex processes involving a multiplicity of professionals, stakeholders, and conflicting interests. Adding to this complexity are the formulated...

Elizabeth Kostina
Natalia Olszewska

The Human-Environment interaction can be conceptualized as a dynamic system governed by three principles: Communication. Self-regulation. Adaptation. We focus on communication here. No integrity of biological and social lives can...

Emma Vilarem

Studies show that an individual's ability to mobilize her social capital, as well as the presence of places that foster social cohesion within a neighbourhood, are key resources for coping...