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BMZ Position Paper: Sustainable urban development

Liveable cities for a sustainable, just and climate-neutral future

In its development policy, Germany promotes integrated urban development in its partner countries with a view to cities becoming sustainable, climate-neutral, resilient and liveable places that contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation, environmental protection, biodiversity conservation, implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, inclusion of persons with disabilities, and the reduction of inequality.

Year of Publication: 2023
Format: Position Paper
Language: English

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