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ICLEI Africa Webinar – Tangible action: How local demonstration projects catalyse scaled climate action

Topic Tangible action: How local demonstration projects catalyse scaled climate action   Description How do you implement on-the-ground projects that are scalable, replicable and can leverage additional finance? Join ICLEI Africa to learn from the Urban-LEDS pilot cities. Updated description coming soon   Time Sep 7, 2021 02:00 PM in Johannesburg   Register here

ICLEI Africa Webinar – Future-proofing urban mobility: exploring routes to resilience

Topic Future-proofing urban mobility: Exploring routes to resilience   Description How can cities approach building resilience into their mobility systems to ensure that these remain affordable, accessible and convenient, in the face of mounting challenges and crises? Updated description coming soon   Time Sep 21, 2021 02:00 PM in Johannesburg   Register here

Green Building Knowledge Sharing Webinar

Virtual (Microsoft Teams)

Green Building Knowledge Sharing Webinar Microsoft Teams meeting Join on your computer or mobile app Click here to join the meeting

Rebuild SA – Webinar Series – #1 Rebuilding Communities

Virtual

The Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO) and the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA) have partnered to host a series of three webinars under the theme ‘Rebuild SA’. These three dialogues respond to the recent turmoil in KZN and Gauteng coming in the wake of the devastating impact of COVID-19 on lives, livelihoods and our democracy […]

Municipal Infrastructure Delivery Webinar

Live Stream

DBSA to Host Municipal Infrastructure Delivery Webinar The Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), National Treasury and the European Union are hosting a webinar that will unpack the impact of the Infrastructure Investment Programme of South Africa (IIPSA). The webinar will be streamed live from 10h00 to 12h00 on 30 September 2021. IIPSA, an EU […]

ICLEI Africa Webinar – Planning for whom? Towards inclusionary planning paradigms in African cities

Topic Planning for Whom? Towards Inclusionary Planning Paradigms in African Cities   Description Africa is regarded as the fastest urbanising region in the world. By 2050, an additional 950 million people will live in African cities. While urbanisation has the potential to foster opportunities for a better life, deepening inequalities and exclusion are apparent developmental […]