News

Biodiversity
Urban Governance
Advocacy

3 May 2019

Share projects that are tackling urban unsustainability and injustice

Do you know of projects that address urban (un)sustainability and/or (in)justice, and would you like to share those projects with the world?

Policy-makers, activists and individuals engaged in cities and who are interested in making cities better, are invited to share your knowledge and experiences by taking a short survey. The survey takes only five minutes to complete and closes on Monday, 6 May.

A selection of projects gathered through the survey will become part of a database that seeks to synthesise knowledge and share projects and approaches aimed at tackling urban unsustainability and injustice.

The database is part of UrbanA – a project on Urban Arenas for Sustainable and Just Cities. The UrbanA database will be a starting point for distilling and co-creating knowledge on barriers to, drivers of, and policy recommendations to build more just and sustainable cities. The database and subsequent insights will be made openly available on the UrbanA website over the coming years.

For more information, click here.

And don’t forget to click here to fill in the survey.