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Isiolo Newswire Nov 1
Surprise visitor! A guest getting upclose with an elephant after it wandered into the camp at Elephant Bedroom Camp situated on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river inside Samburu national reserve.
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Julian Vercruysse Oct 31
I am grateful for being able to share my views on . City leadership must be acknowledged by national governments as cities spearhead our most pressing issues
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UN Climate Change Nov 3
By 2050, 70% of the global population will live in cities 🌃 and 60% of new urban settlements are yet to be built. This is a huge opportunity for building resilient cities with capacity to absorb the impacts of . GIF via
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FilmAid Kenya Nov 1
Did you know that 60% of the world's refugees live in cities? Welcoming refugees to your city can fuel social, civic and economic growth for everyone! We stand on
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BES-Net Nov 1
Proactive planning by through preparation for and = building resilience for positive adaptation and long-term sustainability. Read more on:
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Onunga Oct 31
Today we are Celebrating the City of KISUMU. - Hosts Lake Victoria - Known as Kenyan Miami - Staple food (Fish vs Ugali) - You Only Luo Once - Ujaluo itakuua ukufe - KISUMU never took part in last 26th Oct elections
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Centar Struktura Nov 1
Stakeholders in celebrated ! Government, , academia & other stakeholders implementing ! Let’s make sure event gets recorded in global activities report. Serbia sharing lessons.
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Ravi Theja M Nov 1
Unemployment is a growing challenge around the world, urban youth being the worst affected. On , let's pledge to embrace innovative tools which boost the employability of urban youth, like .
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Nasheeth Thoha Oct 31
It was a rewarding experience working with youth to design solutions to urban challenges was a platform developed through the partnership of & for Youth to Co-Design solutions w/
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Nairobi Work Programme Nov 1
Effective scaling-⬆️ of within countries must include emphasis on human settlements in national strategies, linking local & national planning, & national government support for local adaptation➡️
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Sandeep Chachra Nov 5
Richard Scott, Chair of the UK Urban Ecology Network and is doing some amazing work to raise hopes for nature in Cities & advance urban commons in Liverpool. Pleased to meet Richard to celebrate
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Alana Dave Nov 1
Informal workers key to resilient cities/urban economies. By providing transport, affordable food products, other services to urban poor, informal workers provide many products and services that governments!formal enterprises are not able to
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UN Development Oct 31
80% of industrial & municipal wastewater across the world is released rivers into rivers w/o any treatment. Rivers are the highways for pollution to enter our oceans. Here's how youth are solving Freetown's waste problem in Sierra Leone.
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Patricia A Ongpin Nov 1
Nevia Mundia from City of Windhoek presents its male engagement policy and activities. Critical frank discussions were needed to break cultural norms and increase heath seeking behavior among men.
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General Knowledge Nov 2
is observed every on which day ? - 31 October ● What's the General Theme of World Cities Day ? - "Better City , Better Life" ● Which Indian city is going to bbserve Between November 1-5 ? - Delhi ● Present CEO of Bank ? - Aditya Puri.
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Kevin Murray Nov 1
Every day has to be if we are to plan and manage a planet in which 8-9 billion people cohabit with nature, safeguarding other species and not outstripping finite resources. One day is not enough - earth does not need humans, but we need it
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miriam roure Oct 31
Wishing everyone a happy halloween and a happy word cities day! 👻🎃🚧🏗🏘🎃👻 Hoping for more sustainable and equitable cities: 1/ more affordable housing 2/ stronger communities 3/ smaller living footprint 4/ less cars 5/ bigger sidewalks 6/ empathetic ppl :)
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Shared Value Africa Initiative Nov 1
is a driving force for economic growth & social change. This , launched new reports on urban policies in - specifically South Africa and Rwanda - and Asia. Learn more and the reports:
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ᑕƳᑎTHƖᗩ ᒪᗩᖇᗪᑎEᖇ Nov 1
The Hague or Den Haag is the International City of Peace & Justice deserving recognition on World Cities Day. ⚖️Photo of the Peace Palace home to the United Nations International Court of Justice & the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
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Ritwajit Nov 1
ALERT:Now air pollution in PM 2.5 levels is 60 to 185 is [3 times above] the has recommended limits. Global Call for Climate Action is pushing for better
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