Cities are the best places to deliver bold climate action that is fair, equitable and beneficial for all. This executive guide summarizes the main steps to implement
such policies, supporting cities to advance climate action through an inclusive engagement and planning process that results in more equitable outcomes. It identifies key principles and policy recommendations for city leaders and decision-makers to ensure that their climate action measures are rooted in the relevant socio-economic context, and provides practical recommendations for cities to implement inclusive climate policies. The guide was produced by C40 Cities with contributions from WRI.
UrbanShift Annual Report
UrbanShift's inaugural annual report serves as an inspiring portfolio of the program's first year in action as well as a handbook for our strategy to achieve sustainable, low-carbon growth in more than 23 cities across three continents.
Transforming Pune, one neighborhood at a time
Pune's Chief Knowledge Officer talks about some of the inspiring initiatives – from electric buses to urban farms – that the Pune Smart City Corporation is implementing to make the city smarter, greener and more resilient.
MAINSTREAMING GENDER INTO URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN
The design of a city defines, to a great extent, the activities that take place within it. A lack of gender expertise in urban planning can therefore lead to serious disadvantages for women, children and gender minorities.
URBANSHIFT CITIES CONNECT IN MALMÖ
Cities from Asia, Africa and Latin America exchanged knowledge about integrated sustainable urban development at UrbanShift's first global in-person advocacy event and learned first hand from the experiences of host city Malmö, Sweden.