US cities take Lead on climate change action

Carbonell, Armando
November 2008
Planning (14672073);11/28/2008, Issue 1797, p25
The article reports on the 80 percent reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions in 2050. The Global Planners Network reveals that the problem on climatic change is one of the concerns for the developed and developing countries. It states the urban planning is considered as a solution to mitigate the carbon emissions in the city.


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