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Global Resources Allocation Centre
Guangzhou, China

Global Resources Allocation Centre

The Development of Guangzhou as a global sustainable city.

Bridging social gaps with ecological restoration
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Wuhan, China

Bridging social gaps with ecological restoration

The City of Wuhan has revitalized one of the most polluted areas of the city into an ecological space for citizens.

Pre-earthquake measures in Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan

Pre-earthquake measures in Tokyo

The City of Tokyo has introduced a series of measures to reduce the number of people becoming stranded in the metropolitan area in emergency situations.

"I Will Centers" - Internet addiction prevention & intervention centers for children and youths
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Seoul , South Korea

"I Will Centers" - Internet addiction preventio...

The goal of this initiative is to create Seoul as a healthy and safe area for children and adolescents in terms of internet use.

New Taipei City's Climate Action Plan
New Taipei city, Taiwan

New Taipei City's Climate Action Plan

New Taipei City is combating climate change through innovative and state-of-the-art interventions.

Seoul Urban Renewal: Cheonggyecheon Stream Restoration
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Seoul , South Korea

Seoul Urban Renewal: Cheonggyecheon Stream Rest...

Cheonggyecheon Stream has been transformed into a 10.9 km (7.0 miles) modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul.

Songpa Solar Nanum (Sharing) Power Plant
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Seoul , South Korea

Songpa Solar Nanum (Sharing) Power Plant

The Songpa Solar Nanum Power Plants aim to create a sustainable environment with community support, by implementing energy efficient projects with a focus on citizen welfare.

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.

Urban Public Bicycle Sharing Program
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Hangzhou, China

Urban Public Bicycle Sharing Program

With 80 percent of residents and commuters identifying a serious traffic problem in the city, Hangzhou launched China's first public bicycle project. Serving some 280,000 passengers daily, the system (free for the first hour) complements the city's extensive bus system.