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Oaxaca Windfarms Controversy

 

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Young Icootz girls from a school at San Mateo,a small isolated fishing community in Isthmus of Tehuantapec,  practice building human pyramids in preparation for a community event. ..The Isthmus of Tehuantapec, long a center for indigenous land ownership, is now embroiled in a land dispute over wind farm land...Called “Mexico’s little waist,” the Isthmus is a wind tunnel that links the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific through mountain passes at the narrowest part of Mexico. The geographical funnel makes it one of the windiest places in North America and for a decade wind energy companies have been jostling to acquire land to power the likes of Coca-Cola and Wal Mart.
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Oaxaca Windfarms Controversy
Young Icootz girls from a school at San Mateo,a small isolated fishing community in Isthmus of Tehuantapec, practice building human pyramids in preparation for a community event. ..The Isthmus of Tehuantapec, long a center for indigenous land ownership, is now embroiled in a land dispute over wind farm land...Called “Mexico’s little waist,” the Isthmus is a wind tunnel that links the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific through mountain passes at the narrowest part of Mexico. The...
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