How the Smart Forest City near Cancún wants to change the image and the face of Mexico

The metropolitan area will be home to 362 hectares of planted surfaces and 120,000 plants from 350 different species, based on the design concept of an open and international city inspired by the values ​​of technological innovation and environmental quality.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Italian Design and German precision technology, a match made in heaven, merge in the futuristic green ‘smart forest city’ for Mexico’s top-rated resort destination of Cancun. In addition to being planted with millions of trees and shrubs to help reduce its carbon footprint, it will also be a hub for climate change innovation.

The Cancún Smart Forest City project presents the urban planning of a new Forest City in Mexico, which covers 557 hectares and will be capable of hosting up to 130,000 inhabitants.

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