Partnerships2030

Cities are the living spaces of the future. By 2050, three out of four people will live in a city; more than half already do today. The way in which they live, work and move around within cities will decide whether the world can meet its climate targets. Although 80 per cent of gross national product is generated in cities, this by no means suggests that rural regions are becoming less important. Multi-stakeholder partnerships can achieve a lot for the development of urban and rural areas, whether in terms of mobility, climate action, the work of tomorrow or waste management.

Cities and communities must not be allowed to suffocate in waste. As an example of this fight against pollution, this factsheet presents the work of the PREVENT Waste Alliance. The PREVENT Waste Alliance shows ways in which MSPs can sustainably protect cities and rural regions and thus promote SDG 11.

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Background paper: Results of multi-stakeholder partnerships – Social, ecological and economic impacts at the local level
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Guidelines: Results of multi-stakeholder partnerships – Social, ecological and economic impacts at the local level
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