Food

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Regional Recovery Dialogues 4: Sustainable food supplies for vulnerable communities

According to data collected by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO), hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean has been on the rise for the past years, reaching 47,7 million people in 2019 with numbers expected to rise even more due to the consequences of COVID-19 ... View More
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Regional Recovery Dialogues 3: Municipal and neighborhood food markets management

Municipal and neighborhood food markets play an important role, both in the commercial system and supply of agricultural products, as well as in the choices households make around food consumption, and the employment and income of a significant part of the population ... View More
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Manchester Briefing #20 – Cities for a Resilient Recovery: International lessons on recovery from COVID-19

We discuss how circular economy, open-source data, and digital capacities and inequalities play a key role in response and recovery from COVID-19 ... View More
Featured image of the Manchester Briefing blog produced by the University of Manchester and Resilient Cities Network as part of the Cities for a Resilient Recovery program, International lessons on recovery from COVID-19.

Manchester Briefing #19 – Cities for a Resilient Recovery: International lessons on recovery from COVID-19

We discuss how COVID-19 impacts people differently, and how different shocks and stresses interact with COVID-19, including localized women-led recovery efforts through gender inclusive services; economic inequalities across marginalised groups; accessibility and inclusivity of evacuation plans; food shortages, agriculture, and climate change; and a case study with lessons from Vanuatu ... View More
The Transformative Impact of Quito’s Resilient Food Security Program

The Transformative Impact of Quito’s Resilient Food Security Program

Local urban farmers, voluntaries at the food bank and the City of Quito have made impressive strides on the road to a sustainable and secure food system by 2050 ... View More
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Cities on the Frontline Speaker Series: Sharing Knowledge to Respond with Resilience

Share Coronavirus Speaker Series: Sharing Knowledge to Respond with Resilience is a weekly session organized by the Global Resilient Cities Network and the World Bank as a knowledge sharing session for cities in response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. 31. Climate Change Governance This session highlighted the reflection on ... View More
Chennai

Chennai

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Resilient cities in Latin America: Reflections on World Population Day

Resilient cities in Latin America: Reflections on World Population Day

On World Population Day, now more than ever, there is a need to embed resilience in Latin American cities to deliver supra-sectorial, holistic and efficient solutions that can benefit more people as cities’ populations continue to grow ... View More
Urban governments have a key role to play in the COVID-19 pandemic

Urban governments have a key role to play in the COVID-19 pandemic

During this Covid-19 crisis it is critical that city governments strike a balance between the necessary lockdown measures and the necessary access to nutritious and safe food, including maintaining livelihoods, for those on low incomes ... View More
Quito

Quito

Ecuador ... View More
Milan

Milan

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