Category Archive for: ‘Governance’

Broadband Cables

Three Ways to Bring Better Broadband to Residents

The federal courts recently ruled that high-speed internet service is a utility – a decision that affirmed the government’s view …

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Debating the role of cities at the Global Parliament of Mayors — and leaving most details for later

By Letty Reimerink E HAGUE, The Netherlands — Three years ago, the American scholar Benjamin Barber planted a big seed …

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UN Habitat

At the U.N., a breakthrough on Habitat III talks

By Greg Scruggs UNITED NATIONS — After 38 hours of non-stop negotiations, diplomats Saturday night delivered an agreement for a …

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First step for cities on the Sustainable Development Goals: making people aware of them

By Letty Reimerink What should our world look like 15 years from now? That’s a question a number of Dutch …

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On the U.S.-Mexico border, Matamoros and Brownsville plan a binational bike trail

By Ana Arana BROWNSVILLE, United States & MATAMOROS, Mexico — The international border between these two cities is marked by …

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Fostering a 21st Century Water System

The state’s water supply and our current drought are the most important environmental issues to a majority of Californians according …

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Dato Maimunah Mohd Sharif

How Seberang Perai’s first female mayor is reducing waste and boosting citizen engagement

By Christopher Swope You’ve heard of the “Three Rs” — reduce, reuse and recycle. And there’s “PPPs” — public-private partnerships. …

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Climate Change Bridge

Climate Change: Creating an Abundance of Private Sector Opportunities

The effects of climate change present daunting challenges for government at all levels. And, it’s only going to get worse. …

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