The Davos Agenda 2021

These 5 projects are addressing the climate crisis and inequality in their cities

Initiatives and projects can help support cities' poorest citizens whilst addressing climate issues. Image: Prizeforcities.org

Madeleine Galvin

Research Assistant, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities

Anne Maassen

Urban Innovation & Finance Associate, WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities

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The DistritoTec project is drawing people back to a safer and livable inner city. Image: Tecnológico de Monterrey

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A workshop educating children is taking place in Kibera, Nairobi. Image: Kounkuey Design Initiative
The new policy has led to 44,000 fewer polluting vehicles in the city every day. Image: Greater London Authority
Rosario's urban agriculture program gives low-income residents ownership of unused public land to cultivate for food. Image: Municipalidad de Rosario
The initiative is helping to draw residents back into a safe and desirable Monterrey. Image: Tecnológico de Monterrey
A group of women are learning about home energy audits. Image: Kounkuey Design Initiative

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