About Auribel Villa

Auribel Villa is an advisor for urban planning at the Climate Protection in Mexican Urban Policy (CiClim) project, implemented by GIZ Mexico. She worked for almost six years at the Mexican Ministry for Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) in the urban sustainability area. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Green Infrastructure in Mexico: A Booster for Healthier Cities

By |2018-10-18T10:47:43+00:00October 17th 2018|green & smart development, health & education, Uncategorized, urban mobility, Tags: , , , , |

Citizens of Mexico City face serious health issues – due to failures in urban planning, says Auribel Villa. Green infrastructure development significantly supports cities' ways towards becoming healthier and thus more liveable.

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Urban Regeneration: Viewpoints of a Mexican City

By |2018-09-12T13:23:53+00:00September 12th 2018|basic infrastructure & housing, housing & informality, Tags: , , , , |

The city of Morelia, Mexico is planning to combat urban sprawl by densification and regeneration. With “District 4.0”, the city is hoping to attract investments from the creative-digital industries.

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