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Smart Sustainable Cities in Spain: The Commitment to a Green Economy

By Jon Glasco on Mar 14, 2019 2:34:15 AM

In recent years, an increasing number of Spanish cities recognize the need for bold steps to confront an emerging urban crisis. A crisis with multiple dimensions including damage to quality of life caused by greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, threats of climate change, and an urgency to develop policies that support green city innovation.

Global Perspective: Good Intentions, Complex Barriers

Since the concept of a green economy was forged in the 1990s, the ideas and strategies for green cities have evolved into a variety of urban development policies, smart city solutions and sustainability measures to protect the environment, enable economic development and ensure high quality of life.

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Waste Management Spain Air Pollution Traffic Congestion Urban Sustainability Sustainable Cities Green City Green Economy Malaga Climate Change Seville Madrid Sustainability Challenges United Nations Emissions Particulate Matter Greencities Sustainable Transport Sustainable Development Goals SDGs Greenhouse Gas Water Management
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