Capital of the Minas Gerais state, Belo Horizonte has been a reference for sustainable development on the region and a frontrunner on the issues of connectivity and food security. The city has led the establishment of the Green and Blue Net that maps and prioritizes green areas of the region, providing decision-makers with solid reference for investing on connectivity. INTERACT-Bio has worked along with the municipality to endorse this process through the mapping of Ecosystem Services provision as well as the promotion of agroforestry and food security agendas as enhancing initiatives.
Every day can be a #MoveTheDate day in an #ecoMobile neighborhood that prioritizes walking, cycling and public transport. Watch this video to learn more what @ecomobility_ is doing to @EndOvershoot
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Sustainability plans around the world were shifted, paused or scrapped as the pandemic played out. We follow how local and regional governments' sustainability work has changed in the time in COVID: https://t.co/3KCOJQuAOw - with @Cities_Today https://t.co/vtEII5qpBz