UN-HABITAT's Sustainable Cities Programme and a project known as Localising Agenda 21, help cities get the most out of their vital role in social and economic development by promoting better environmental policies and programmes, aimed at reducing pollution, and improving urban environmental management.
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Experts Meet in Barcelona on Regional Planning and Landscape Connectivity
Barcelona - 15/05/2012

UN-Habitat and the Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD) organized an international expert group meeting on 9-11 May in Barcelona.

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