Food at the heart of healthy and sustainable cities

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Urbanisation is occurring at a dramatic pace worldwide. As the Habitat III Conference draws to a close this week in Quito, Ecuador, Natalie Molino and Sudhvir Singh explore how the New Urban Agenda can be an opportunity to re-imagine a model of sustainable urban development that nourishes people and the planet.   Health and the New Urban Agenda This week, the topic of cities will be in the global spotlight at the Habitat III conference, in Quito, Ecuador. This event will result in the finalisation of the New Urban Agenda – a policy document that will guide urban development across the globe for the next two decades.

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Food at the heart of healthy and sustainable cities