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58. EN. Life between Hermosillo, Mexico and Stockholm, Sweden - Gabriela A. Rodriguez

Season 1, Ep. 58

Gabriela A. Rodriguez is a Project manager at impact hub Stockholm, currently she is focusing on a project with urban challenges and safety in public transportation in Latin America and Sweden.

She is sharing her story about how is the life in Hermosillo city in Mexico and now in Stockholm from  urban planning and design point of views. The story is based on different parameters: neighborhood structure, green spaces, streets, people and community, public transpiration, walk-ability, biking and cars driving. 

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