The New Urban Agenda

The New Urban Agenda is the 20-year global blueprint adopted by United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development or Habitat III, which closed in Quito, Ecuador, on October 20.

The New Urban Agenda envisions an urban paradigm shift in which cities and human settlements must be for everyone. The Agenda also calls for exploring and developing feasible solutions for climate and disaster risks in cities and human settlements.

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