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MoveWindhoek – New bus system makes Namibian capital mobile
Windhoek, Namibia

MoveWindhoek – New bus system makes Namibian ca...

MoveWindhoek is a new bus system with which poorer population groups are to be provided with better access to mobility and urban motorised individual transport is to be reduced in the long run.

City of Cape Town’s Water Map
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Cape Town, South Africa

City of Cape Town’s Water Map

The Cape Town Water Map is a novel behaviour-change tool that helped reduce water use during the extreme drought experienced in Cape Town from 2015-2018.

Tswelopele Clean-up campaign
Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa

Tswelopele Clean-up campaign

In an effort to increase environmental awareness, the city of Tshwane has embarked on a monthly clean-up programme targeted at residents and businesses.

Separation at Source Programme (S@S) in the City of Johannesburg
Johannesburg, South Africa

Separation at Source Programme (S@S) in the Cit...

The S@S programme aims to reduce waste to landfills, establish a recycling economy with citizen support and participation.

Culture for climate change
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Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

Culture for climate change

The Manchester Arts Sustainability Team (MAST) is mobilising the arts and culture sector to contribute to local climate change policies.

Shops with a history
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Lisbon, Portugal

Shops with a history

A municipal programme supporting shops whose historical and cultural heritage contribute to the city’s identity.

Makoko/Iwaya Primary Healthcare Project
Lagos, Nigeria

Makoko/Iwaya Primary Healthcare Project

A community led initiative identified healthcare as one of the priority development issues.

Youth election project U18
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Berlin, Germany

Youth election project U18

The U18 initiative is a simulated vote that takes place nine days ahead of real ‘adult’ elections, either local or national. The project is designed to generate an interest in politics amongst young people and supplement their political education.

Gwangju Carbon Bank system
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Gwangju, South Korea

Gwangju Carbon Bank system

In 2008, the City of Gwangju has initiated a program to spark voluntary carbon-saving steps by citizens. Five years later, 1.5 million Gwangju citizens were already participating or 62 percent of the city’s population.