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Unsustainable resource use contributes to refugee crisis' participants hear as 8th ESCT comes to a close
Basque Country, 29 April 2016- “At present, we create our wealth at the expense of others through the use of scarce resources. The refugee crisis is rooted in resources use. Our system is part of denying others resources, and so opportunities to have a good future, which is partly why refugees want to find a new life in Europe,” Wolfgang Teubner, Regional Director of ICLEI Europe told participants at the closing plenary of the 8th European Sustainable Cities & Towns conference in Bilbao, Basque Country.
Oregi: "the most accurate and innovative decisions are made with the knowledge of those who turn them into services that foster sustainable habits and more human town planning"
Closing Ceremony of the 8th European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns organised by ICLEI Satisfaction amongst the nearly 800 participants with the agreement reached with the "Basque Declaration" on urban sustainability BILBAO 29 04 16
Cities are still “underdeveloped” but cooperation can change that, Jeb Brugmann tells ESCT Conference
Bilbao, Basque Country, 28 April 2016 Through forming partnerships across different sectors of society, cities can transform themselves from being output based to outcome based, greatly improving their productivity and becoming even more valuable as centres of economic growth, said Jeb Brugmann, founder of ICLEI and Managing Partner of the Next Practice Ltd., speaking at the 8th European Sustainable Cities and Towns conference in Bilbao, Basque Country.
European cities and towns acclaim the Basque Declaration, the new roadmap to address challenges facing urban societies
Leaders at the 8th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns show their support for the Basque Declaration, a document that outlines new pathways for European cities to create productive, sustainable and resilient cities for a liveable and inclusive Europe. The Basque Declaration includes a total of 15 ways to support and accelerate social-cultural, socio-economic and technological transformations to ensure a decent quality of life for citizens while respecting local and global ecosystems and available natural resources.
The Lehendakari and Markkula agree that sustainable smart regions and cities can drive Europe forward
Meeting between the President of the Basque Country Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu and the President of the European Committee of the Regions, Markku Markkula …
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