The city of 21 million people is tapping into climate finance through the C40 to get its 21 million people moving again, reports Diana Rojas

With a coveted AAA rating, Mexico City issues some $200m in municipal bonds every year. But in December it became the first city in Latin America to close on a green bond worth $50m (1 billion pesos) to finance the Green Corridor, an ambitious plan to build a 23...

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