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Mapping sustainability– Imagine Durban launches the eThekwini Municipality Green Map
In order to foster a sustainable future for eThekwini, all those who are part of the complex system that makes up our cities and society have a role to play. By involving individuals, civil society, businesses, and all levels of government in the implementation of an envisioned sustainable eThekwini, and by sharing knowledge about sustainable practices, we will have before us a set of infinite possibilities that can chart the path towards a sustainable future for eThekwini—a future that includes all elements of sustainability. eThekwini Municipality has become known for its innovations in local sustainability: the
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Imagine Durban, as part of their Open Forum series, will co-host a public discussion on climate change with the Democracy Development Programme. Join us to find out more about climate change, climate justice and the prospects for the 2011 negotiations.
The Municipal Institute for Learning (MILE), a municipal knowledge sharing institute of the eThekwini Municipality, will co-host a two-day master class for scientists, politicians and officials in the days prior to the convention. The master class will take place on 23-24 September 2011.
Imagine Durban would like to thank all those who exhibited and participated at this year’s Sustainable Living Exhibition on 2-4 September 2011. It could not have been such a success without your support!
The South African Government, through the South African Local Government Association (SALGA), South African Cities Network (SACN) and eThekwini Municipality, have partnered with ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability in hosting a convention on climate change adaptation. Taking place 25-27 September 2011, the convention will be in preparation for the United Nations climate negotiations taking place later this year in Durban.
Did you attend the 2012 Sustainable Living Exhibtion?
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