A University’s Tragedy Sparks a Citywide Turnaround

Originally published on WRI’s Resource Institute Insights Blog. By Madeleine Galvin and Anne Maassen  Monterrey, like other major Mexican cities, rapidly expanded outward during the end of the 20th century. New policies favored investment in new suburban neighborhoods, attracting residents and businesses to the periphery, and provoking several decades of insecurity and population decline. … [continued]