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An entrepreneur knew he was going to bald young, so he started a business to take advantage of it
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Mexicans create green roofs that cool more than 15º
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Two young people created a chair that helps people with disabilities to stand up
Alejandra Ortiz and Javier Mejía's project that began as a simple school task, is now a unique design office in Mexico.