SDG 13: Climate Action

How to measure the ecological performance of cities so people and nature can thrive

A restored naturalised stream runs through Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park in Singapore’s City in Nature, providing numerous nature-based benefits and ecosystem services. Image: National Parks Board.

Jonny Hughes

IUCN Urban Alliance Chair and WCMC Chief Executive Officer, UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre

Lena Chan

Senior Director, International Biodiversity Conservation Division, National Parks Board

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DPSIR Model for Urban Natural Capital. Source: UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre.

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