Vol. 61 Nbr. 6, November 2009
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- From the editor.
- Academy works.
- Americas calendar.
- Classroom success.
- Built to inspire: creative designs and innovative structures are converting Canada's largest city into a true mosaic of architecture and culture.
- Exigencies in the Amazon: in this vast region of Peru, guardians of the forest struggle to protect and preserve one of earth's most valuable biospheres.
- Urban example: balancing tradition and infrastructure, Curitiba continues to be the model ecological, people-centered metropolis of Brazil.
- Earth, wind & fire: sustainable energy: a unique look at how people are utilizing natural resources, from the Andean paramos in Argentina to the volcanic fields of Costa Rica and throughout the Caribbean.
- Costa Rica heats up.
- An American archive: the vast collection of Venezuelan entrepreneur Pedro Manuel Arcaya is a comprehensive history of the Western Hemisphere.
- And God made me a woman: Nicaraguan author Gioconda Belli intertwines the erotic, the poetic, and the political with a non-conformist feminine voice.
- Paths of dialogue.
- Regional partnership for inclusion.
- Commitment to Haiti.
- Uruguay's "peaceful revolution".
- OAS and IDB: democracy and development.
- Hope for the forgotten continent.
- A passion for plants and for Mexico.
- !Aquiii, Cosquiiin!(FESTIVALS)