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.
WE ARE HIRING!
Our @ecomobility_ team is looking for a Jr. Officer, Sustainable Mobility to support cities in implementing innovative sustainable urban mobility solutions within the contexts of passenger and freight movements.
Apply by 15 November 2020: https://t.co/JQydXUBmK0 https://t.co/xD00zUBkT0
We're thrilled to announce that @ecomobility_ is teaming up with @AUTONOMY for the virtual annual event that brings innovators and policy makers together to change the way we move in cities. Don't miss it out on 4-5 November! https://t.co/h6oJ6xYJf7
A very nice initiative by the city of Bonn, Germany to make sure the efforts of children in preparing for a local festivity do not get lost due to #COVID19 restrictions. Well done @BonnGlobal!
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