Cities - 17/March/2017

Learning by sharing

Instead of reinventing the wheel, just learn from those who have already done it. Cities are busy doing just that as they look for ways to adapt to climate change and build more liveable urban spaces.

While it was global leaders who signed the UN’s Paris Agreement on climate change at the end of 2015, it is often city authorities in the frontline of implementation. By learning from one another around the world they save time and money ...

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