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Trees, birds, ponds: Mexico City's ancient lake reclaims scrapped airport
by Daina Beth Solomon
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7 September 2020
On 7 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Bright green stalks of weeds are sprouting from the ground where planes were supposed to take off at a new Mexico City airport as officials let nature take over in their bid to transform the marshy swath of an ancient lake into a giant park.
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The abandoned construction zone is now part of a project to conserve 12,200 hectares of marsh on what was once massive Lake Texcoco before Spanish colonizers in the 1600s began draining the water to prevent flooding in their burgeoning settlement.
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