City2City
16 Oct 2020

The world’s most walkable cities include London, Paris, Bogotá and Hong Kong, according to a report. The UK capital outranks almost 1,000 cities around the world on citizens’ proximity to car-free spaces, schools and healthcare, and the overall shortness of journeys.

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25 Sep 2020

The new ranking comes amid growing debate over the future of urban design for a post-COVID era.

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14 September 2020 - The panel will feature high level speakers from Latin American cities to discuss different actions and projects in terms of urban mobility and transport which have helped to reduce air pollution and also improve life quality of the population. 

Event Date:
21/09/2020 - 14:00 to 15:00
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
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14 September 2020 - The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia SIPA will host a discussion on understanding the impacts of climate change and air pollution on our health as well as how the energy transition can help to protect and improve human health moving forward. 

Event Date:
24/09/2020 - 09:00 to 10:30
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
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4 Sep 2020

4 September 2020 - The crisis has made it imperative to accelerate change in our cities. Otherwise, Latin American cities risk becoming centers of further humanitarian, social, and economic crises. Recovery planning can be an opportunity to rethink how cities can become fairer and more human. 

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8/27/20

27 August 2020 - For the 24th session of the Building Back Better Speaker Series, we focus on "Healthy Cities: What does a city need to be healthy?" we were joined by Wanli Fang, Senior Urban Development Specialist, World Bank, Lori Nelson, Chief Resilience Officer, Boston and Athirah Ishak, Deputy Chief Resilience Officer, Melaka.

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