Urban Lab

How can cities radically decrease their carbon emissions while addressing rampant inequalities?

Located just Northwest of Mexico City, Naucalpan de Juárez, State of Mexico, is a city of 834,434 residents - and one of 60 municipalities that make up the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico.

Lying in the valleys of central Mexico, León - with its 2.1 million residents -  has experienced significant population growth in the last decade.

The event “Partnerships for urban and socially responsible climate action from global and local perspectives” was held on 25 October at the Mexican Senate, highlighting the urgency of building cities that are resilient to climate change.

Who: Dr. Flávia Guerra, Associate Academic Officer & Nathalie Saenger, Research Associate –Transformation Frameworks & Tools
When: 13 to 29 March 2023
Where: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Who: Lucas Turmena, Senior Research Associate – Zero-Carbon Trajectories at UNU-EHS
When: from 13 March to 01 April 2023
Where: Teresina and Recife, Brazil