Linking to Your Local Producer: Urban Innovation in Mexico

By |2020-12-03T09:13:27+01:00December 3rd 2020|Climate Change & Resilience, Decent Work, , , , |

Mexican cities feature an array of innovative market formats, redefining producer-consumer relationships while creating interactive, public spaces at the same time. Jorge Javier and Dr Cecilia Tortajada on the reinvention of old institutions.

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Live from Quito, Day 3: Partnerships, Smart Cities, and urban-rural linkages

By |2021-02-23T13:43:18+01:00October 20th 2016|Global Urban Debates, , , , , |

Yesterday at Habitat III, Sarah Nandudu from Slum Dwellers International and Mayor Manuel Fernando Velarde Dellepiane of San Isidro district in Lima, Peru, talked about networking and Smart Cities. To find out what else happened, read URBANET's report on the events of the third day of the conference!

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