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MARCH 2021


Focus on climate change — renewable energy

RENEWABLES
ON THE RISE


More cities are embracing renewable energy to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, and some are even reaching for a loftier goal — operating entirely, or almost entirely, on clean electricity. We look at how some progressive cities are leaving fossil fuels behind to become sustainable cities. | Feature story »
 

GOING DARK FOR A
BRIGHTER FUTURE

 
Light pollution from excessive lighting has become so pervasive that it is disrupting the natural world, and may have long-term consequences for human well-being, including food security. To curb its impact and reap energy savings to limit climate change, more cities are acting against wasteful lighting. | Read the story »

UPDATE ON
WORLD CITIES SUMMIT 2022


World Cities Summit — where the Prize is a key highlight — will return to the in-person format from 17 to 21 April 2022, at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore, subject to prevailing COVID-19 guidelines. Similarly, the Prize events held at the Summit will also be pushed back to 2022. | More info »

— PREVIOUS FEATURES —


Focus on climate change 
Cleaning up construction
Case study 15 on Tokyo's rail network
Keeping the megacity on the move
Interview with Tokyo's Governor
Yuriko Koike on the 'new normal' in Tokyo
About the Prize
A biennial international award that honours outstanding achievements and contributions to the creation of liveable, vibrant and sustainable urban communities around the world. | More info »

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Co-organiser: Centre for Liveable Cities
Sponsor: Keppel Corporation
Presented at: World Cities Summit
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