Prioritizing equity in local climate action: An equity framework from industrial legacy cities

In the past years, citizen-led activism around the Fridays for Future movement and other climate justice groups have succeeded to make themselves heard, generate political momentum and mainstream climate change awareness across the broader population. Some local governments have answered these calls for action by declaring climate emergency in their cities and towns, often paired 

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How industrial legacy cities are advancing sustainable mobility transitions through green fleet management

Industrial legacy cities often have a history of quick population growth, urban sprawl and single-purpose urban planning. These factors have led to development trajectories that separated industrial districts from residential districts, creating car-centric infrastructure that enabled social, economic, and ethnic segregation. Today, many industrial legacy cities in the Urban Transitions Alliance are working to overcome 

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