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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 change - 11/06/2015
An array of global negotiations on climate change and our global future is about to occur. But so far these talks are including scant voice for cities, even though these areas now represent, for the first time in history, a majority of mankind. (+)
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Habitat III - 28/05/2015
The notion that public space is a key point of entry to sustainable development in an urbanizing word is gaining greater recognition as national and local policy makers, professionals and civil society actors advance towards Habitat III. (+)
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In this interview, Sara Hoeflich de Duque, Programme Manager at United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) provides an in-depth analysis of the role of local authorities in promoting the Decent Work Agenda at the local level and also reflects more broadly on their contribution to implementing the new sustainable development agenda more broadly. (+)
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In 2007, the share of the world’s population living in urban areas surpassed 50 %. By 2030, approximately 80 % of the developing world’s population will live in cities. What can be done now to ensure that these cities can cope with such growth sustainably? (+)
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Across countries and centuries, this book explores a fundamental social and demographic change: the emergence of a planet of towns and cities. But it looks at this densification of human and economic relations through a specific lens, the increased connectivity triggered by strategic urban bridges. (+)
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In UCLG consultations in the run up to Habitat III, intermediary cities warn that national governments and international institutions underestimate their role in development at their own risk. (+)

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