ICLEI Links: 18 September 2015

Welcome to the latest edition of ICLEI Links, our roundup of sustainability-related news and commentary from around the web!

City Stories

Cities are starting to put pedestrians and cyclists before motorists

Rafael Viñoly to build ‘the world’s largest green roof’ in silicon valley

The New Nature: Cities as Designer Ecosystems

Cities Made of Salt May Hold The Key To Sustainable Urban Planning

Climate Change Stories

US and Chinese cities reveal stronger pledges to cut emissions

Climate Change’s Worst-Case Scenario: 200 Feet of Sea Level Rise

Developing countries set an example on emissions cuts

Mapping issues and options on climate finance in 2015

Kale or steak? Change in diet key to UN plan to end hunger by 2030

Energy Stories

Renewable Energy Can Save Greece

SDGs Will Only Succeed If They Can Succeed in Africa

Three Reasons Clean Energy has Permanently Decoupled From the Oil and Gas Markets

US leapfrogs China to top renewables investment table

Three ways to attract domestic institutional investment for renewable energy projects in India


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