David Hatch March 22, 2017
Brendon Bosworth March 10, 2017
Emilio Godoy February 17, 2017
Gregory Scruggs January 25, 2017
The priority given to place and public space in the Habitat III strategy marks an important shift for the global development community. But the New Urban Agenda is still playing catch-up to how communities, practitioners are mobilizing on this issue.
After a slow start, traction on health issues in the Habitat III process has grown. But before the New Urban Agenda is finalized this month, we suggest one addition.
The Habitat III strategy makes a strong connection between health, accessibility, inclusion and cycling. But it’s missing the concrete action that could make real the transformative change it seeks.
Zoé Kruchten October 3, 2016
August 30, 2016
August 22, 2016
Stephanie Bakker & Yvonne Brandwijk April 15, 2016
The issue is likely to receive significant consideration, particularly around public space — more so than at previous Habitat conferences.
April 5, 2016
Gregory Scruggs March 31, 2016