Final Workshop of the IKI supported “Urban Pathways – Supporting Low Carbon Plans for Urban Basic Services in the context of the New Urban Agenda” project took place beginning of November 2022.
For the last five years, the Urban Pathways project has taken a very practical and demand-driven approach working with countries and cities that were highly motivated, and that had a supportive policy environment. The project contributed to reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions by focusing on integrated implementation programmes in the area of mobility, waste management and energy as well as sector coupling. With support of Urban Pathways, a total of 14 pilot projects in 10 cities have been prepared and implemented ranging from a pedestrian zone, a mobility startup acceleration hub and energy efficient tiny house in Nairobi (Kenya); Ecozones in Belo Horizonte (Brazil); to electric mobility systems in cities such as Kochi (India), Hanoi (Vietnam) or Quito (Ecuador).
SESA project was presented by Wuppertal Institute.