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Sustainable Cities: Paris, France

The host of the 2015 Climate Summit that led to a vital agreement on combating climate change, Paris has a number of plans to not only become more sustainable but to lead the way. The creation of a development plan for Paris that encompasses the principles of sustainability has already and will continue to have ...

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Cape Town is Running Dry!

Droughts occur in places all over the world. However, in a couple of months, Cape Town in South Africa could become the first city to turn off the water supply to its four million residents in modern history. According to a website monitoring Cape Town's water crisis, the water supply will be turned off in 93 ...

Goal 1: No Poverty

The first of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is 'No Poverty'. It's a goal the UN have to bring people all around the world out of poverty and give everyone an opportunity to earn a wage that, at the very minimum, allows people and countries to develop. The United Nations defines poverty as ...

Plymouth University Sustainability

Plymouth University is already one of the leading universities when it comes to sustainability and, in preparation for 'Green Week' at Plymouth University, they are launching their ditch the disposables campaign today! Over the past few months, a number of universities up and down the country have implemented their own policies that offer discounts, added charges ...

What Are The Sustainable Development Goals?

There are 17 in total. All designed to enable continual forward advancement at a time of increasing environmental degradation, a growing global population, and economic uncertainty. "The Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity" - The United Nations ...

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