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Resilience Beyond COVID-19: piecing together the puzzle of green and inclusive cities : policy report

  • Abraham, Avrah
  • Adjoumane, Marcellin Manzan André
  • Ali, Atif
  • van den Bergh, Justine
  • David-Mauduit, Pacôme
  • Das, Ashmita
  • Dinh, Hong Huy
  • van der Doorn, Laura
  • Gegout, Layla
  • Ha, Hoang Hieu
  • Ha, Ngoc Hai Binh
  • Heer, Marieke
  • Hillesheim, Alexandra
  • Huertas Garcia, Marina
  • Jacoby, Emma
  • Jumbeck, Angela Lorene
  • Malhotra, Chaandi
  • Parihar, Pratik Vijay
  • Proud, Mary Mackenzie
  • Ngo, Thi Ngoc Thuy
  • And 15 more
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2021
Wageningen University and Researchcenter Publications
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Many innovations have been developed as a response to the challenges of COVID-19 to make cities more green, resilient and inclusive. In these complex urban systems, solutions must be made taking into consideration how they affect the wider context. Each solution is a vital piece in the puzzle, and together they enable people and ideas to come together in a way that only cities allow. The International Environmental Policy Consultancy 2021 Report has been issued as a United Nations Policy Analysis Branch of the Division for Sustainable Development (UN - DSD) and for the Technology and Logistics of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). This report is the product of a collaboration between the students of Wageningen University and Research (WUR), State University of New York (SUNY), and Van Lang University (VLU). The report brings together some of the most impactful and cutting-edge innovations that contribute to the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in four priority areas of city development: advancements in food production systems, renewable energy, urban waste management, and housing construction technology.

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