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Global Urban Debates

From Timber Cities to Integrated Urban Planning – How to Make Our Cities More Climate-Friendly

By |November 18th 2021|Categories: Basic Infrastructure & Housing, Global Urban Debates|Tags: , , |

The 11th of November was Cities Day at the recent climate conference COP26 in Glasgow. Together with BMZ and Cities Alliance, GIZ organised an event entitled “Cities built4climate – Shaping the global transformation in construction”. Considering that the construction sector is responsible for about 40 per cent of global CO2 emissions, it is particularly relevant to find ways to cut down emissions in construction.

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Urban Migration: To Meet the Needs of Migrants and Displaced People, Trust Cities

By |September 23rd 2021|Categories: Global Urban Debates, Governance & Finance|Tags: , , |

The international community should direct their support towards city governments to advance good urban governance that responds to the realities of urban migration, argues Samer Saliba from the Mayors Migration Council.

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Localising SDG 11 Through Inspirational Advocacy

By |July 27th 2021|Categories: Global Urban Debates|Tags: , , |

Can design drive positive change? This was the question at the core of London’s Design Biennale 2021. Laura Puttkamer was there and gives you the latest on the future of the urban designs that are here to change the world.

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Localising the SDGs: A Call for Urban Equality as a Guiding Principle

By |July 6th 2021|Categories: Global Urban Debates, Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , |

Localising the global Sustainable Development Goals presents key challenges to policymakers everywhere. An ‘Urban Equality lens’ however, may help navigate some of the tensions, contradictions, and gaps in the Agenda. By KNOW Investigators

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