REFLECTIONS OF UNU-IIGH’S URBAN THINKERS CAMPUS. No city has all the pieces in place, but the individual elements are all feasible. The challenge for the New Urban Agenda is to put it all together. This will require that cities adopt an eco-social approach, placing both people and planet at the centre of urban planning and governance.
UNU-IIGH is collaborating with partners in the Pacific Islands to examine opportunities for mainstreaming ILK into health and climate adaption policies and planning. For more info, please contact our Dr Natasha Kuruppu.