From Peru, David Agren reports on efforts toward — and challenges to — reconciliation and climate protection in South America.
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Freelance correspondent in Mexico
David Agren covers Mexico as a freelance correspondent for The Guardian. His writing also regularly appears in The Washington Post, USA Today, Maclean's and Catholic News Service. A graduate of Mount Royal University, he has reported on Mexico and Latin America since 2005 and resides in Mexico City.
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