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What is Next for Cities and Climate? Three Established Strategies for Advancing Climate Collaborations

By |May 27th 2021|Categories: Global Urban Debates, Multi Stakeholder Partnerships|Tags: , , , |

With climate change impacts intensifying in the coming years, governmental action is now needed more than ever. Paola Adriázola introduces proven collaborative strategies for municipalities and regions around the world.

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Jordan Needs More Innovative Solutions for its Transport Woes

By |May 25th 2021|Categories: Smart & Digital Development, Urban Mobility|Tags: , |

How do women get to work when there is no public transport they can safely use? Much too often, they simply do not. Sahar Aloul on what needs to change in Jordan's transport policies.

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How the Lack of Public Transport is Keeping Women in Jordan at Home

By |May 20th 2021|Categories: Decent Work, Urban Mobility, Youth & Gender|Tags: , , |

How do women get to work when there is no public transport they can safely use? Much too often, they simply do not. Sahar Aloul on what needs to change in Jordan's transport policies.

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Collaborative Climate Action: A Pre-Requisite for More Ambitious Climate Policy

By |May 18th 2021|Categories: Climate Change & Resilience, Global Urban Debates|Tags: , |

The GIZ publication "Collaborative Climate Action - A Pre-Requisite for more Ambitious Climate Policy" explains why fighting climate change and its negative impacts requires the systematic cooperation of all governmental levels in order to be successful.

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Jordan’s Swelling Cities: No More Time for Procrastination!

By |May 12th 2021|Categories: Climate Change & Resilience, Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , |

Challenges to residents, resources, and the environment alike: Mohammad Asfour shares his observations on Jordan's rapid urbanisation.

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Mobilising Intersectional Climate Action: Lessons from Barcelona

By |May 11th 2021|Categories: Climate Change & Resilience, Youth & Gender|Tags: , , , |

There is growing urgency for cities to take integrated climate action that can address inequalities more holistically. Barcelona is leading the way by applying intersectional thinking to urban planning. By Ana T. Amorim-Maia

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Infographics: Urbanisation and Urban Development in Jordan

By |May 6th 2021|Categories: Global Urban Debates|Tags: , , , , |

URBANET's latest country series focuses on Jordan, and as always, we start the series with a collection of infographics! Learn more about urban development in a country where urbanisation has been a powerful factor for more than 30 years.

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Cities Are Still Not Doing Enough to Reduce Air Pollution

By |May 4th 2021|Categories: Urban & Metropolitan Governance, Urban Health|Tags: , |

Despite scientific evidence of the relation between air pollution and premature deaths, cities are hesitant to take bold action for clean air. Mark Nieuwenhuijsen and Sasha Khomenko on reasons and perspectives.

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Spatial Fragmentation in Nairobi City; the Elephant in the Room

By |April 29th 2021|Categories: Urban & Metropolitan Governance|Tags: , , , |

Nairobi is recognised to be among the rapidly urbanising and growing economies in East and Central Africa. Eunice Jimmy reviews the city's spatial, economic, and social structure, uncovering its dual nature of formal/informal, planned/unplanned, and connected/disconnected fragments, hence Nairobi's spatial fragmentation.

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