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The Top 5 Urban Visionaries Changing Latin American Cities

Americas Quarterly has named Latin America’s top five urban visionaries who are helping to drive change to make cities more sustainable, resilient and better prepared.

The publication has named five visionary leaders, including mayor and city officials, entrepreneurs, activists, architects and more. They are: Brazilian activist Aline Cavalcante, Buenos Aires Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, Colombian community leader Jhony Fernando Fernández, Mexican startup founder Ricardo Mora and Panamanian vice-mayor Raisa Banfield.

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Read more about these urban leaders and more in Americas Quarterly’s issue on making Latin America’s cities better.

Zach Marzouk

Zach has worked in the UK as a B2B technology journalist and is currently a News Editor at Nearshore Americas. He is based in Buenos Aires - feel free to contact him if you have any story ideas or want to chat about the industry.

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