A guide for mayors, legislators, urban planners, social entrepreneurs, and urban thinkers, about a new urban model for planning and transforming cities in the 21st century. The book narrates the inside story of the drafting and approval of Mexico’s most important bills in recent history, known as the urban reform, a law that few people know about, explained from the perspective of the Urban Development Committee’s chief advisor in Mexico’s Senate. This book can be enjoyed by regular citizens and social workers with no experience in urbanism, as well as by urban planning experts. It contains an in depth analysis of urban poverty as well as the history and future of cities.
Paperback & Kindle: (Spanish Version)
Paperback & Kindle: (English Version)
Coming in 2018