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‘My Carbon’: An approach for inclusive and sustainable cities

Sustainable cities enabled through smart communities. Image:  Denys Nevozhai on Unsplash

Kunal Kumar

Mission Director, Smart Cities Mission, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs of India

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AI can also help strengthen circular economy business models for sustainable cities.
AI can also help strengthen circular economy business models for sustainable cities. Image: Figure adapted from World Economic Forum and Accenture (2018)
Energy efficiency apps like Svalna, give suggestions and statistics regarding greenhouse emissions and offer ways to reduce your personal footprint, which will aid sustainable cities.
Energy efficiency apps like Svalna, give suggestions and statistics regarding greenhouse emissions and offer ways to reduce your personal footprint, which will aid sustainable cities. Image: Svalna
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The three trends provide strong evidence towards enabling a social movement for “My Carbon” initiatives for sustainable cities.
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