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Urban Mobility

Moving towards Climate Resilient and Gender-responsive E-bus Depots

By |July 9th 2024|

As India moves towards electrification of public buses, there's an opportunity to make e-bus depots gender-responsive and climate resilient. By Sonal Shah and Manisha Sharma.

ICLEI World Congress 2024

Harnessing Opportunities and Reducing Risks: Using Artificial Intelligence for Local Climate Action

By |July 4th 2024|

Nidhi Misra unveils how AI is revolutionising urban climate action. From Rome's pollinator projects to Fortaleza's smart bike lanes, discover how cities are harnessing AI's power to create sustainable futures.

Sustainable Building Practices

Skyward Sanctuaries: Exploring the Social Dynamics of Urban Roof Gardens

By |June 20th 2024|

Tokyo's roof gardens are more than just aesthetic urban features. Urban geographer John-Guy Perrem on the distinction of Tokyo’s roof gardens and the city’s increasingly commercialised public spaces.

Sustainable Building Practices

Mushrooming Solutions: How Mycelium is Cementing an Eco-Friendly Alternative

By |June 13th 2024|

Are we all going to live in mushrooms soon? Alexander Jachnow explains how fungi-based construction could be the solution to make building practices more sustainable.

Country Series: Colombia

Medulla: Connecting the Four Hearts of Antioquia

By |May 30th 2024|

In Antioquia, Colombia, a groundbreaking strategic plan is poised to reshape the region's landscape. As Aníbal Gaviria Correa argues, the “Medulla: The Long City of Four Hearts” initiative heralds a new era for Antioquia by prioritising regional development.

Country Series: Colombia

Empowering Colombian Cities: Pioneers in Climate Action and Energy Resilience

By |May 28th 2024|

Colombian cities face a stark paradox - emitting just a fraction of global greenhouse gases, yet disproportionately vulnerable to climate impacts like extreme weather and energy insecurity, explains Carolina Hernández. Despite minimal contributions, they bear the brunt.

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