Agenda 21 and Climate Plan of Local Authorities and Institutions
Because of their proximity to citizens, local and regional authorities play an essential role in raising awareness and mobilizing citizens towards sustainable development. In order to further guide citizens, Agenda 21 came into being in 1992. Adopted more than 20 years ago at the World Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro as an action plan for the 21st century, Agenda 21 is today a genuine guide to good practices that outline the sectors where sustainable development must be applied within the context of communities and territories: poverty, health, housing, pollution, waste management, etc.
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In 2018 the World Cities Day is centered on resilient cities and communities. But what does it mean to be resilient? And what key learnings can we take from this day?
Celebrating the World Cities Day and Resilient Cities in 2018
The ‘World Cities Day’ is celebrated every year on 31st of October since its first anniversary in 2014 and this…