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FACTBOX - Urban gardens and electric fleets: 7 cities winning on climate change
by Umberto Bacchi
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
10 October 2019
On 10 October 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
From electric buses to pollution-sucking urban gardens, cities around the world are experimenting with ways to ensure global climate goals are met, as they account for about three-quarters of planet-warming emissions, according to the United Nations. Here are seven award-winning initiatives to make cities greener, announced by the C40 network of cities tackling climate change on Thursday [10 October].
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