Green harbours of hope: How cities, migration and sustainability can work together
Cities are on the frontlines of the crises we face – climate change, housing, migration and more. Environmental sustainability and international migration are interlinked in many ways – from global displacement due to climate impacts to the inclusion and exclusion of migrants (and their descendants) in local development (e.g. urban segregation).
Local governments can play a key role in addressing these challenges, but experience shows that success ultimately rests on their ability to work together with local civil society and engage their residents. In the context of a new influx of migrants, this webinar explores how cities can become sustainable and resilient places that are fair and inclusive.Watch session recording