Most countries worldwide pursue the goal of making cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable through drawing together cooperation with committed partners, relevant stakeholders, and urban factors at all levels of government as well as the civil society and private sector.
The amount of natural resources consumed is associated to final waste and emissions generated by their use. A circular economy decouples economic activity from the consumption of finite resources and designs waste out of the system.
Sustainability is on top of the ladder all involved stakeholders must climb over time taking into account it is an ongoing and iterative process subject to change due to variable social, economic and environmental conditions.
Although carbon emissions reduction has become a priority for mankind, some countries are reluctant to implement policies in this regard. Global energy demand should be covered by efficient and realistic renewables action plans.
New transportation modes require flexibility and a pinch of imagination to achieve sustainability providing solutions to social, economic and environmental concerns.