Héctor lives in Ixtepec and welcomes the new wind farm project. He believes that it will positively impact his family and supports the way in which each decision about the project is made with direct community involvement. Through an extensive information sharing and community consultation process, Yansa strives to make the wind farm project transparent […]Read more
Felix Antonio Serrano Tolero is the current Mayor of the city of Ixtepec. A strong supporter of the wind farm project with Yansa, he’s excited by the opportunities that await his city. Señor Tolero is confident that Yansa’s community-based project offers a distinctly different approach than other privately-owned wind farms that have been built in […]Read more
Nashieeli is a scupltress by profession. She is preparing a project to rebuild community spirit based on indigenous traditions.
“I like that Ixtepec is a calm village. I love its culture and traditions. In Ixtepec we need to explore what of our culture we want to endure and what traditions we could stand to loose. […]
Irma is a retired teacher, and she has been involved actively in the women’s forum since the beginning.
“For sure, no one can choose where he or she will be born. But if you would have asked me where I would have liked to be born, I’d say here in Ixtepec. I love Ixtepec, its […]
Arturo is a member of the local livestock association. He lives on his ranch outside of the center of Ixtepec.
“Here on my ranch I am happy. In the city there’s too much noise. I am 100% a rancher. However, we need improvements to the road to town, since it is impassible in the rainy […]
Roberto Mujica Toledo is a civil engineer who supports the community wind farm in Ixtepec. He has seen many large-scale wind farm projects established in Mexico and grew disheartened by the ways in which these projects have failed to involve the local communities. While these larger projects often promise transparency and attractive long-term benefits, many […]Read more
Nilka is a teacher in Ixtepec and is 36 years old.
“Ixtepec is extremely rich in natural and cultural resources. I think it is vitally important that we preserve our traditions, since we can loose them simply by doing nothing. In that regard, I wouldn’t want to see changes that could cause Ixtepec to loose […]
Rómulo is 65 years old and is a welder by profession.
“I love Ixtepec because it’s my birthplace. It’s where our ancestors and families are buried. Here we want to be.”
“I imagine Ixtepec in the future as a city that provides work for its people, with more opportunities, with more land in agricultural use, […]Read more