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Este blog es un espacio para el intercambio de conocimientos, de opinión, promoción y debate, tanto entre los miembros de CGLU y la comunidad de los gobiernos locales y regionales. Son bienvenidas las contribuciones y comentarios de cualquier persona interesada en cómo los gobiernos subnacionales pueden hacer del mundo un lugar mejor para sus ciudadanos.

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Climate Summit for resilient cities
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This week’s UN Climate Summit has generated commitments to raise $2 billion of in-kind and direct support for cities threatened by extreme weather events fuelled by climate change. (+)
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Célestine Ketcha Epse Courtés, Mayor of Bagangté Municipality (Cameroon) thinks that it is crucial to take local priorities as the starting point for development co-operation. She developed a project to provide drinking water to my citizens. With support from the International Association of Francophone Mayors. (+)
“Reimagining Public Spaces” Durban
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Leaders from Southern African cities gathered in Durban to talk public spaces and came out champions of Placemaking. The resulting report, summarizing the pioneering gathering of over 200, highlights the transformative role a focus on public spaces can have on addressing equity and governance in Africa. (+)
David Satterthwaite
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As preparations begin for Habitat III (The 3rd UN Conference on Human Settlements) in 2016, it is worth reflecting on the impact of its predecessor, Habitat II in 1996. This paper, published in 1998, considers how the two documents agreed by governments at Habitat II as a guide for action addressed urban poverty. (+)
Bernard Soulage
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Cooperación - 10/09/2014
Bernard Soulage es el Vice Presidente delegado a Europa y a las relaciones exteriores de la región Rhône-Alpes y miembro del Comité de las regiones desde 2004. Es tambien miembro del Bureau Ejecutivo de Ciudades y Gobiernos Locales Unidos y portavoz del Foro de la Regiones de CGLU. (+)
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The Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL) is one of the main research groups conducts research around the theme of Urban planning, environmental exposures and health. Nowadays, The majority of people live in cities and urbanisation is continuing. Cities have long been known to be society’s predominant engine of innovation and wealth creation, yet they are also its main source of pollution and disease. (+)

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