Sustainable Urban Development Network (SUD-Net)
Sustainable Urban Development Network (SUD-Net)

SUD-Net’s vision is to contribute to livable, productive and inclusive cities which embrace social harmony, economic vitality and environmental sustainability, and supports the implementation of the UN Medium Term Strategic and Institutional Plan (2008-2013), an organizational response to global trends in urbanization. It is designed to support poverty reduction strategies and the wider national development strategies, through interactions with global, regional, national and city actors.

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Cities and Climate Change Inititiative: Launch and Conference Report, Oslo 17 March 2009

Climate change impacts can undermine a country’s efforts to achieve the goals of sustainable development and will worsen poverty in developing and least developed countries.

 Cities and Climate Change Inititiative: Launch and Conference Report English 9-Apr-09

View Details UN-HABITAT Climate Change Strategy 2010-2013
View Details Cities and Climate Change - Initial lessons from UN-HABITAT
View Details Low-Cost Sustainable Building Materials and Construction Technologies
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