Cities sharing leadership for sustainability
WWF Urban Solutions is a platform and handbook showcasing best practice in sustainable urban development, and promoting the role of cities in this process - in particular partnership between the global North and South.
Highlights from the Urban Solutions learning cases
The aim of the Urban solutions project is to support learning about, and action toward sustainable cities. Our vision is a future where we all live well within the capacity of one living planet. In this project, WWF has studied and catalogued real examples of how cities are approaching the need to minimize their ecological footprints and protect ecosystem services and biodiversity. We can think of no better motivator than the inspiring examples provided by these learning cases, which highlight how cities are working, in real life and in real time, to reduce their footprints and protect biodiversity and ecosystem services.
In less than eight months humanity has used up nature’s budget for the entire year, with carbon emissions pushing the Ecological Footprint above the ...13 Aug 2015 Read more »
The ninth edition of Earth Hour rolls across the globe at 8:30 pm local time on Saturday, 28 March 201524 Feb 2015 Read more »
WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC) has awarded Cape Town, South Africa the title Global Earth Hour Capital 2014.28 Mar 2014 Read more »
Iconic monuments and moments are emerging for this year’s upcoming Earth Hour, the global movement organised by WWF26 Mar 2014 Read more »
Cities around the globe have received special recognition by WWF for impressive actions on climate change.17 Jan 2014 Read more »
WWF urges UNFCCC delegates in Bonn to recognize and gain inspiration from the key role cities are playing in the transformation toward a sustainable, ...30 Apr 2013 Read more »