Controversy in Oaxaca, Mexico over Latin America’s biggest wind farm

| August 19, 2019

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Countries across the world are increasingly looking to renewable energy sources to limit the impact of environmental damage to the planet. Mexico, for example, recently installed Latin America's largest windfarm, but it has caused problems within the local community.

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