City2City
5/17/20

Given the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on our cities, and specifically its implications for sustainable urban mobility, EUROCITIES organised a city-to-city online dialogue on mobility measures currently adopted in European cities in response to COVID-19. Full video available above.

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5/3/20

The coronavirus pandemic is seriously limiting social interactions around the globe. Will such measures defeat the virus in dense urban areas?  We'll be asking Sameh Wahba, the World Bank's Global Director for Urban, Disaster Risk Management, Resilience and Land. 

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5/1/20

Cities are not only at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic, but they are also likely to see lasting changes from it, from their physical form to economic and community structure. Experts from WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities and key organizations discuss challenges ahead and the way forward.

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4/22/20

22 Apr 2020 - Climate change and urbanization are combining to create an urgent global need for sustainable cities.

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4/2/20

2 April 2020 - Mayors of big cities across Europe call for cross-border solidarity during the corona crisis. In a joint statement of the network EUROCITIES, they urge a strong collaboration between all levels of government.

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3/23/20

The village of Kamikatsu in Japan has taken their commitment to sustainability to a new level.

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2/17/20

Abu Dhabi, 13 February 2020 - This #WUF10 highlights video was screened at the closing ceremony of the Tenth Session of the World Urban Forum (#WUF10 ) in Abu Dhabi.

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1/15/20

Evercomm's AI-driven Asset Performance Management (APM) solutions dramatically reduce integration costs and time, enable real-time analytics correlating sensor data and equipment profiles, and extract critical operation insights along with indexing equipment performance at scale.

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8/31/19

27 Aug 2019 - Thematic session at the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference on Building Inclusive and Sustainable Cities and Communities (26-28 August 2019, Salt Lake City)

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8/31/17

More than half of the world's population already lives in cities, and another 2.5 billion people are projected to move to urban areas by 2050.

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3/31/17

In the last 20 odd years, we've seen over 1.3 million people killed and more than 4 billion affected by disasters that have cost at least US$2 trillion.

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3/31/15

In the last 20 odd years, we've seen over 1.3 million people killed and more than 4 billion affected by disasters that have cost at least US$2 trillion.

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