Aided by Harvard experts, officials are tackling housing, pollution, and traffic problems — and solving them
Global Harvard: Mexico
Harvard is increasingly entwined with Mexico, a nation of 122 million with more University graduates than any other Latin American nation except Brazil. In Mexico City, faculty and students study commuter traffic, low-income housing, air quality, and access to health care. Elsewhere in the country, Harvard projects relate to other subjects, including public art, rural medical care, Mayan ruins, freshwater contaminants, nutrition, and cross-border frictions.
Mexico City, Harvard alliance to study health changes after two decades of major environmental upgrades
Harvard researchers probed whether fish in Mexican area were contaminated — and were harming mothers, children