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Editor on eTN Jul 21
Today is ! With 54% of the world’s population living in urban are
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Ph Yusuf Dahir SL CN Oct 31
My favorite resilient city is surrounded by thousands of years old pre historical cave painting sites, once leveled to the ground and rose from the ashes by the war between Somaliland-Somalia in 1988. Hargeisa the valley city is the capital of Somaliland.
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World Economic Forum Nov 2
What Melbourne teaches us about fast-growing cities and procrastination
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World Economic Forum Oct 31
These are the 19 cities with the most trees
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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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World Economic Forum Dec 16
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World Economic Forum Oct 31
How cities, not states, can solve the world's biggest problems
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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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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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General Knowledge Kargil Vijay Diwas 2019 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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Kaveh Madani | کاوه مدنی Oct 31
The future of unsustainable and rapid .
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100 Resilient Cities Oct 31
To build urban resilience, we must build more than concrete barriers. This , shares lessons learned from working with the network to design and implement integrated solutions–leading to more resilient cities.
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UN Women Oct 31
Women are often sexually harassed or fear to be abused on public transportation, reducing freedom of movement. We must do more to make women feel safe!
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Urbanization, Gender, and the Global South Oct 31
Today, we at GenUrb celebrate and the World Day for the . Our research studies how the relationship between poverty and inequality is being transformed, focusing in particular on how this reconstitutes gender relations and women’s .
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NRDC 🌎 Oct 31
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington DC are scaling up their efforts to fight climate change. 👊 Learn more about how they are keeping their Paris climate goals:
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Global Goals Oct 31
Manila 🇵🇭, Tokyo 🇯🇵, Santiago 🇨🇱 and Guatemala City 🇬🇹. These capitals are at high risk of natural disasters. Better preparedness, infrastructure and governance are 🔑 to mitigating the risks! READ:
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UN Development Oct 31
The axolotl is an endangered amphibian found exclusively in Mexico City. Its cell regenerative abilities may help scientists unlock the key to human cell regeneration which would help burn patients worldwide.
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NRDC 🌎 Oct 31
Cities play a pivotal role in climate action—together, they account for more than 70% of global GHG emissions & two-thirds of the world’s energy use. On let's celebrate the winning cities in the Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge:
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Kristalina Georgieva Nov 4
How much WASTE 🚮 do we each produce every day? Read to learn what can be done to build waste-wise, sustainable cities & communities for all 👉
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Say NO - UNiTE Oct 31
All over the 🌎, women and girls experience and fear various types of sexual violence in public spaces -- from unwanted sexual remarks and touching to rape and femicide. Today on , let's remember to keep our urban public spaces safe for everyone. 🌇 v
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