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  • Vegetable garden in the middle of a city street

    Argentinian city Rosario wins award for urban sustainability

    The World Resources Institute Ross Centre ‘Prize for Cities’ competition has awarded its grand prize to the municipality of Rosario, to recognise major progress in building climate resilience and equity through urban agriculture

    9 July 2021 | News | Climate change
  • View of Monterrey, Mexico

    New coalition to transform cities – and lives

    The new Transformative Urban Coalitions project brings IIED and partners together to change structures and values, build new urban coalitions and implement strategies leading to socially inclusive zero-carbon cities

    10 May 2021 | News | Policy and planning
  • Participants at the workshop on sustainable cities organised by IIED and IIED-América Latina in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Photo: IIED-América Latina)

    Wanted: more inclusive, resilient, sustainable cities

    Eighty per cent of Latin Americans live in urban areas. The result is a complex and challenging urban agenda that needs to be addressed through integrated and inclusive policies. An IIED and IIED- América Latina workshop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, looked at examples of Latin American cities that are striving to become more inclusive, resilient and sustainable, from across the region

    20 November 2015 | Blog | Policy and planning
  • Study sheds light on how public-private partnerships can bring renewable energy to the poorest

    A report published by IIED today (29 July) examines how governments, donors and businesses can work together to provide poor communities with low-carbon energy supplies.

    29 July 2011 | News | Energy
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