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4 December 2019
Madrid to share CLEVER Cities results with global cities during COP 25
4 December 2019
In 12 December, Luis Tejero, Municipality of Madrid, will present on Madrid’s Air Quality and Climate Change Plan in the context of Madrid’s work as a Fellow City of the CLEVER Cities project. The presentation will be part of a joint working session alongside this year’s United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change COP 25 (2-13 Dec 2019) on how to integrate the agendas of ambitious low-emission development with the aim to reach carbon neutrality and nature-based solutions for more sustainable cities.
The city of Madrid will introduce its Green Infrastructure Plan, its Air Quality and Climate Change Plan, as well as about its large-scale sustainable mobility plan. Further, the city will organise site visits to Madrid Rio Urban Regeneration Project and to the Waste Management Centre of Valdemingomez for attending city partners. The joint event will include CLEVER Fellow City Sfantu Gheorghe (Romania) (TBC) and partner cities of the Urban-LEDs and Connecting Nature projects. These cities will participate in an open panel on “Integrated Climate Action in Cities: Synergies among low-emission development, carbon neutrality and nature-based solutions“, in which they will in an interactive workshop with their peers, reflect on how to accelerate climate action combining low-emission development strategies, carbon neutrality goals and nature-based solutions.
For more information, please see http://iclei-europe.org/news/?c=search&uid=97Mjjffh.
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