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Smart eco cities

Updated: Jan 18


The concept of “Sustainable Cities and Communities” of the World Bank’s Urban, Disaster Risk Management, Resilience and Land Global Practice (GPURL) includes four key dimensions:

  • First, Sustainable Communities are environmentally sustainable in terms of cleanliness and efficiency.

  • Second, Sustainable communities are resilient to social, economic, and natural shocks. They are well prepared for natural disasters, which are increasing in intensity and frequency due to climate change.

  • Third, Sustainable Communities are inclusive communities. They bring all dimensions of society and all groups of people—including the marginalized and vulnerable—into their markets, their services, and their development.

  • And finally, Sustainable Communities are competitive communities that can stay productive and generate jobs for members of the community.

https://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/sustainable-communities#1



The Green City Accord: a new EU initiative for greener, healthier cities

The Green City Accord is a movement of European mayors committed to safeguarding the natural environment, which is currently being prepared by the European Commission. The Accord will help cities achieve cleaner and healthier environments, thereby improving the quality of life of citizens. It will mobilise cities willing to step up their actions in five areas of environmental management:

· Improving air quality;

· Enhancing nature and biodiversity;

· Reducing noise pollution;

· Improving municipal waste management and advancing the circular economy;

· Improving the quality of water bodies and the efficiency of water use.

https://eurocities.eu/latest/the-green-city-accord-a-new-eu-initiative-for-greener-healthier-cities/



The Basque Declaration

The Basque Declaration outlines new pathways for European Cities and Towns to create productive, sustainable and resilient cities for a liveable and inclusive Europe. The document aims to support and accelerate socio-cultural, socio-economic and technological transformation. The Basque Declaration was acclaimed by the participants of the 8th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns held in the Basque Country from 27-29 April 2016.

https://sustainablecities.eu/home/


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