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Day 2 of the Cities & Transport International Congress kicked off with a presentation from Ani Dasgupta, Global Director of WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. (Photo: WRI Brasil Cidades Sustentáveis)
Day 2 of Cities & Transport International Congress: New Climate Economy, Planning for Safer Roads
Today marked the second and final day of the Cities & Transport International Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where more than 1,000 participants and 130 speakers gathered to share their experiences and ideas on how to forge sustainable cities. ...
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Today marked the first day of the Cities & Transport International Congress in Rio de Janeiro. More than 100 city leaders and experts have assembled to speak sustainability, mobility and urban planning. (Photo: EMBARQ Brasil)
Day 1 of Cities & Transport International Congress Talks Climate Action, Inclusive Development
Home to billions of people, cities are often the source of our most urgent problems–but they’re also where we find some of the most promising solutions for the urban century ahead. Today, over a thousand people and 130 speakers gathered ...
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The Mayors' Summit kicked off today in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, allowing city leaders from across the globe to share their ideas on to create sustainable cities. (Photo: Mariana Gil/ EMBARQ Brasil)
Live from the Mayors’ Summit: Why We Need Bold Leadership for Sustainable and Equitable Cities
“Something is happening in cities. Every day, 1.4 million people are added to the global urban population.” With these words, Andrew Steer, President and CEO of World Resources Institute (WRI), kicked off the Mayors’ Summit today in Rio de Janeiro, ...
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To discuss sustainable urban mobility in cities, WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities is hosting the Mayors' Summit in Rio de Janeiro today. CEO of WRI Andrew Steer gives his thoughts on the Summit. (Photo: Mariana Gil/ EMBARQ Brasil)
Andrew Steer Answers 4 Key Questions on the Brazil Mayors’ Summit
Andrew Steer, WRI’s President and CEO, is in Brazil for the Mayor’s Summit and Congress this week. Here he answers four questions about the event and his expectations for it. 1.  More than half of world’s population now lives in ...
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As cities rapidly expand and urbanize, they need accountable governance to ensure that growth is both sustainable and responsibly developed. (Photo: Antonio Thomás Koenigkam Oliveira / Flickr)
From Ideas to Implementation: 3 Ideas for Creating More Accountable City Governments
How do we make cities work for people? As a WRI Helms Fellow on Urban Governance and Sustainable Cities, Maria Antonia Tigre was tasked with answering this question. Through From ideas to implementation: making sustainable cities through governance here on ...
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The internet has rapidly changed the ways that people connect with others, work, and live. Cities, like Taipei, Hong Kong, and Sao Paulo, are catering to this widespread demand for internet by broadcastig free Wi-Fi. (Photo: Antonio Tajuelo / Flickr)
Friday Fun: Three Cities Broadcasting Free Wi-Fi and Why This Is a Good Thing
From the way we learn and work, to the way we stay in contact with friends and loved ones, the internet has come to occupy a critical part of people’s lives across the world. And especially among younger generations, the ...
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