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Mexico’s new president ran on climate goals. Will she follow through?

AOL 10 Jun 2024
When she was mayor of Mexico City, there were certain signs of the approach she might take as president, with an emphasis on solar energy, electrified public transport and a new cable car line.
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Mexico investors fear vote threat to the rule of law

Gulf-Times 10 Jun 2024
“But after that, Sheinbaum has already signaled that without being called fiscal tightening, she would actually return to fiscal orthodoxy.” Another question is whether Sheinbaum will emulate Lopez ...
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Stephen Kessler | Reflections on the news from Mexico

Santa Cruz Sentinel 09 Jun 2024
Now Mexico, a crime-ridden, violent, climate-cooked, machista country, has elected a female president, Claudia Sheinbaum, former mayor of Mexico City, an energy engineer and climate scientist, and ...
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Historic Win, Ongoing Struggles: Claudia Sheinbaum’s Presidency And The Human Rights Crisis In Mexico

OWP 09 Jun 2024
Sheinbaum’s political journey began with her role as an energy scientist and student activist, which led to her appointment as the secretary of the environment for Mexico City under López Obrador’s mayoralty.
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Mexico's first female president faces critical issues, challenging US relationship | Opinion

Austin American-Statesman 08 Jun 2024
The former Mexico City mayor won nearly 60% of the vote ... If it wants to capitalize on attracting countries back into the region, Mexico needs to step it up in energy and infrastructure ... With many cities ...
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Witnesses to history: Celebrating Mexico's first woman president at home, US

El Paso Times 08 Jun 2024
Known as La Doctora, Sheinbaum, the former mayor of Mexico City, is a former university professor who once studied energy engineering at the University of California, Berkeley where she earned a Master’s degree.
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Challenges before Mexico's first woman president

Hindustan Times 07 Jun 2024
President-elect Claudia Sheinbaum addresses supporters at the Zocalo, Mexico City's main square, after the National Electoral Institute announced she held an irreversible lead in the election, early Monday, June 3, 2024.
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Can Sheinbaum shake Obrador’s oil legacy?

Gulf-Times 06 Jun 2024
pervasive drought, a water crisis in the sprawling capital of Mexico City, and rampant deforestation.The 61-year-old leftist leader, who was part of a United Nations panel of climate scientists that ...
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Can Sheinbaum shake Lopez Obrador’s oil legacy?

Gulf Today 05 Jun 2024
pervasive drought, a water crisis in the sprawling capital of Mexico City, and rampant deforestation ... As mayor of Mexico City, she installed a roof-top solar project at a busy central market and inaugurated a 100% electric bus line.
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In violent Ciudad Juárez, women wonder if Claudia Sheinbaum can keep them safe

Las Cruces Sun News 05 Jun 2024
Because Mexico's government never has ... As mayor of Mexico City, she was better known as a technocrat concerned with results than a glad-handing politician like her political mentor, current President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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What to Know About Mexico’s First Female President

New York Magazine 04 Jun 2024
According to CNN, she was born in Mexico City in 1962, and is the mother of two children ... In 2018, she was elected the first female head of government of Mexico City, overseeing a city of 23 million ...
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In violent Mexico, women wonder if the first female president Claudia Sheinbaum can keep them safe

Austin American-Statesman 04 Jun 2024
Because Mexico's government never has ... As mayor of Mexico City, she was better known as a technocrat concerned with results than a glad-handing politician like her political mentor, current President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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Mexico's president-elect brings climate science background to office

The Hill 03 Jun 2024
in energy engineering before serving as secretary of the environment for Mexico City under then-Head of Government Andrés Manuel López Obrador, now the outgoing president, from 2000 to 2006.
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She is set to be Mexico’s first female president. But who is Claudia Sheinbaum?

CNN 03 Jun 2024
Born in Mexico City in 1962, she has two children and one grandchild ... In 2018, she became the head of government of Mexico City, the first woman elected to this position.
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