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Green Cities to build back better for SDGs – A new powerful venture

Green Cities to build back better for SDGs – A new powerful venture
18 September, 2020
Online

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is hosting “Green Cities to build back better for SDGs – A new powerful venture”, to be held on the occasion of the 75th Session of the UN General Assembly.

EventsClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Cities

Region
Global Issues
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Deforestation in Brazil: It’s not just the Amazon

19 August, 2020
Adriana E. Abdenur, Igarapé Institute

The Cerrado, a tropical savannah region located in Central Brazil, is nearly half as large as the Amazon and a deforestation hotspot. Yet little attention is paid to this important biome. That has to change.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Forests

Region
South America
3

Infographics: human mobility in cities

27 May, 2020
ODI

Human mobility plays an important role in the shaping of the world's urban centers. These four infographics, prepared by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), highlight urban human mobility trends, focusing on Africa and Europe.

Quick AccessClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Cities

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Europe
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A Green Sponge in the City – Nature-Based Solutions Benefiting Urban Planning

24 March, 2020
Kongjiang Yu, Urbanet

With cities continuously more threatened by climate change-induced disasters, urban planning’s reflex response is to protect cities against nature. But what if the solution lies in working with nature instead against it? Architect Kongjiang Yu invites readers to imagine what cities could look like if they took into account ancient wisdom on spatial planning.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Cities
Climate Change
Sustainable Transformation
Technology & Innovation

Region
Global Issues
Asia
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Forty years of tree-planting in China: successes and failures

06 September, 2019
Feng Hao, chinadialogue

In the Inner Mongolian county of Horinger, Northwestern China, afforestation efforts have transformed a barren, dusty landscape into a pine forest. Planting trees has diminished the sandstorms, boosted biodiversity and improved the environment generally. As the climate emergency worsens, the potential for planted trees to draw carbon out of the atmosphere is being re-examined. What can the world learn from the Chinese experience with afforestation?

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Forests

Region
Global Issues
Asia