COP24: Outcomes Strengthen Multilevel Governance for Raising Ambition

By |2022-11-21T11:48:58+01:00March 28th 2019|Climate Change & Resilience, Governance & Finance, , , , , |

Multilevel governance is essential to the implementation of resilient infrastructure in cities around the world. For our spotlight on urban infrastructure, Jisun Hwang, Senior Climate Advocacy and Policy Officer at ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, sums up what COP24 holds for local governments' resilience strategies.

COP24: What Does it Mean for Cities and Regions?

By |2022-11-21T11:49:18+01:00December 17th 2018|Climate Change & Resilience, Global Urban Debates, Governance & Finance, , , , , , , |

COP24 in Katowice, Poland, has come to an end. Environmental journalist Lou del Bello sums up what its outcomes hold for cities and regions.

“Climate Change Can be Seen Everywhere in Slums”

By |2018-12-13T10:10:37+01:00December 13th 2018|Climate Change & Resilience, Housing & Informality, , , , , , , , |

At COP24, India-based Sheela Patel from SPARC talked to Lou del Bello about how climate change affects people in informal settlements the most – and about strategies to address their special needs.

From Ambition to Reality: Why COP24 Needs to Acknowledge the Crucial Role of Local Governments

By |2022-11-21T11:50:26+01:00December 3rd 2018|Climate Change & Resilience, Global Urban Debates, , , , , , |

COP 24 is the place to further enhance the much-needed dialogue and collaboration between local and national governance with regards to their climate change policies, says Lou del Bello.

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