Luis Buezo de Manzanedo

Expert en relations internationales et partenariat avec l'Amérique Latine

5 TACTICAL URBANISM PROPOSALS: to avoid agglomerations in supply markets

June 11, 2020

After a period of confinement many cities in Latin America begin to reactivate and enter what is called in many places the “new normality”. This new normality is accompanied by many measures and devices that serve to avoid two fundamental issues: agglomerations and displacement. One of the activities that usually involves agglomeration and displacement is […]

Mobile markets: a comprehensive policy to avoid crowding and deconcentrate services during the Covid19 pandemic. The experience of La Paz, Bolivia.

May 26, 2020

The supply markets in Latin America are considered as high-risk spaces for the transmission of Covid19. Traditionally, these supply markets have operated under the logic of agglomeration. This same logic of agglomeration has become, in these times, a problem for the municipalities and for the health entities of various countries in the region. If we […]