Mexico City’s highway pillars are vertical gardens that help fight air pollution — MustHaves.LA

Via Verde is a project in Mexico City that strives to turn 1,000 highway pillars into vertical gardens. Different kinds of plants are planted inside the “pockets” of felt to make the city greener and its air cleaner. The hydroponic system collects rainwater to cover its needs and each garden is equipped with sensors to allow its remote monitoring. Read more… More about Mashable Video, Environment, Mexico, Air Pollution, and Highway

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Charming San Angel

Day 5 03.31.18 After lunch at Entremar in Polanco, we decided to spend the afternoon in San Angel. If you’re in Mexico City, a visit to San Angel in the south is a must. There are a plethora of fine restaurants, boutiques, cafes, and artesania along the quaint, cobblestone roads. Begin your day at the […]

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