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 “广州奖”介绍

面对污染、拥堵、不平等和其他可持续性挑战,城市与地方政府在提出新的创新性解决措施上颇有建树。为了给城市/地方政府提供分享交流其创新经验的平台——从而最终提升城市地区的可持续性,世界城市和地方政府组织世界大都市协会和广州市一同在2012年设立了“广州国际城市创新奖”,又称“广州奖”。

Guangzhou Award Recognizes Excellence in Urban Innovation

In the face of sustainability challenges such as pollution, congestion, and inequality, the urban community proves resourceful in coming up with new and creative solutions. In an effort to provide a platform for cities/local governments to share and exchange their innovative experience – and ultimately to improve sustainability in the urban realm – United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), World Association of Major Metropolises, and City of Guangzhou established the Guangzhou International Award for Urban Innovation, or Guangzhou Award. 

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh speaks on global challenge of climate change at U.S.-China Low-Carbon Cities Summit in Beijing

Note: The following text has been adapted from Boston Mayor Marty Walsh's speech today at The Second China-U.S. Climate-Smart Low-Carbon Cities Summit in Beijing. 

Almost every country in the world is becoming more urban. We can say now, as much as ever, that cities are the future. 

This is a trend—one of many—that is bringing China and the United States closer together. As we become more urban, we become more connected: through technology, through economic relations, through cultural exchange. Therefore as cities, we take on greater ability—and greater responsibility—to collaborate, to innovate, and to lead together on the world’s hardest challenges.

Chinese Megacities Guangzhou and Nanjing Join C40’s Global Network

Together these two cities represent nearly 20 milion urban citizens.

Today, during the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit in Los Angeles, the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group announced the addition of Chinese megacities Guangzhou and Nanjing to its global network of cities tackling climate change and driving urban action that reduces both greenhouse gas emissions and climate risks, whilst increasing well-being for urban citizens.