When shopping in a supermarket in Mexico you are likely to see senior citizens bagging groceries. They are not employees but volunteers, subsisting on tips.
Mercado Portales celebrated its 62nd anniversary on August 10 with live music, festive decorations and gifts for customers.
The city government will ban plastic bags effective December 2020 and most other single-use plastic products effective January 2021.
On the second Sunday of every month, Mexico City residents can barter their recyclables for fresh produce grown by local farmers.
Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum has pledged that in six years, the length of her mayoral term, every resident will have water every single day.
Mexico City’s sanitation workers are not government employees, but volunteers, subsisting on tips and what little money they get from recycling plants.
It’s bicycle month in Mexico city and to celebrate, the city agency Muévete en Bici CDMX (Move by Bike Mexico City) will hold a 17-kilometer bicycle tour.
Last week in Mexico City, the Environment Secretariat gave away free trees to residents to plant in their communities.
The 80-year-old trees came down to make way for a parking ramp for Mitikah, a luxury development in Colonia Xoco in Benito Juárez.