"..the planet is just too small for these developing countries to repeat the economic growth in the same way that the rich countries have done it in the past. We don't have enough natural resources, we don't have enough atmosphere. Clearly, something has to change," Molina told Tribune reporter Oscar Avila.
Molina noted that one key strategy for the region of Latin America is increase collaboration between Latin American cities. Mexico City, for example, is working with Santiago, Chile, on transport engineering issues to develop more sustainable transport options. :: Via Chicago Tribune