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Date

1-1-1988

Description

A 1988 aerial image of the smog over Mexico City. In the 1980s and 1990s, Mexico City's pollution levels were at a remarkable high - so high that some residents reported that pollution was causing birds to fall out of the sky. 1988 saw the enforcement and establishment of LGEEPA, the general law of ecological balance and environmental protection, which resulted in stronger jurisdiction over air quality.

Notes

Bibliography: Rene, Pierre-Marc. "How Mexico City Slashed Air Pollution Levels by Half." Chinadialogue, 04 Jan. 2016, www.chinadialogue.net/article/show/single/en/8786-How-Mexico-City-slashed-air-pollution-levels-by-half. Accessed 06 Oct. 2016. Wisenthal, M. "Mexico City." Geocolor, 1979.

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This object from the Chester E. Smolski photographic slides and publications, housed by the Rhode Island College Special Collections, and any of its digital surrogates are the intellectual property of Rhode Island College. This digital object is protected by copyright and/or related rights. The digital material presented here is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This content can be used, shared, or adapted for educational and scholarly purposes. For permissions to use this item please contact digitalcommons@ric.edu. All uses must include appropriate attribution.

Creator 1 Role

Photographer

Subject Headings

Mexico City; Mexico City -- Aerial Views; Air -- Pollution

Country Name

Mexico

City Name

Mexico City

Keywords

aerial, Mexico City, smog

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