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A man rides a bike in Bogota, Colombia. Sustaining a dialogue with the local community about local needs should be a priority for Habitat III's New Urban Agenda. Photo by Juan Felipe Rubio/Flickr.
4 Priorities for a Conversation around Habitat III
Habitat III in Quito Ecuador this October will be an opportunity to galvanize local leaders to forge strategies for sustainable, equitable and resilient urban growth. But the stakes are high, and the conversation among policymakers and local leaders is still ...
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Fireworks go off in Cartagena, Colombia for New Year's Eve. Photo by Louis Vest/Flickr.
Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Public Spaces Worldwide
If one night out of the year were to demonstrate the value of public spaces for healthy, inclusive cities, New Year’s Eve might be the best example. Many urban areas attract millions of partygoers ever year, eager to ring in ...
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Photo by Benoit Colin/WRI
Sustainable Transport: Building Equitable and Low-Carbon Cities
The Paris Process on Mobility and Climate, an inclusive and open partnership joined by WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities is highlighting how we are all participants and dependents of our transport choices. This blog looks at the link between ...
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As climate change produces more severe weather and increases sea levels, cities must invest in resilient transport systems. Photo by trokilinochchi/Flickr
Beyond COP21: Paving The Way To A Resilient Transport System
TheCityFix is covering cities at COP21. Urban areas account for a large share of greenhouse gas emissions but are also tremendous agents of innovation to address climate change. Read our full coverage of the Paris Climate Conference as it relates to cities, buildings, and mobility. The world ...
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As cities grow and the demand for urban transport increases, cities must invest in low-carbon transport to decrease emissions and combat congestion. Photo by Benoit Colin/WRI
It’s Time for Low-Carbon Mobility (#COP21)
TheCityFix is covering cities at COP21. Urban areas account for a large share of greenhouse gas emissions but are also tremendous agents of innovation to address climate change. Read our full coverage of the Paris Climate Conference as it relates to cities, buildings, and mobility. As people ...
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To avoid carbon lock-in, cities should focus on mobility, energy efficiency measures and congestion. (Photo: js42/ Flickr)
How Can Cities Avoid Carbon Lock-in?
Cities have proven themselves to be necessary in combating climate change; however, the current trajectory for urban growth is still an unsustainable path and carbon emissions are already expected to surpass thresholds considered acceptable. One of the largest problems is ...
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