Rosario is a river port and one of the largest cities in Argentina with a population of 948.312 inhabitants heading the Rosario Metropolitan Area. The predominant economic sector of Rosario is commerce and services and is also part of the productive heart of Argentina and constitutes a territory with extensive industrial and productive development. The main sources of energy used in the city are electricity and natural gas. 100% of the population of Rosario has access to Electricity. The combination of energies used in the city has recently been joined by specific initiatives of solar photovoltaic and solar thermal.
This #UrbanOctober, we’re celebrating the value of nature in our cities & regions!
Learn about nature's gifts to people in cities: https://t.co/4iwrQOmzFF
Created by #INTERACTBio @iki_bmu
Look around... can you spot any of them in your city? https://t.co/zrSnWgEj8M
One person’s trash is another one’s treasure. Cities are taking up this mantra as they focus on closing the waste loop & reintroducing recovered materials as inputs in production processes. That's Step 5 of the Circular City Actions Framework: https://t.co/noTKD3fKsM https://t.co/0p1ozIDow0
1000s of businesses are supporting local govts implement nature based solutions #NBS What's yours doing? 🤔
Attend the 'Freetown in Focus webinar' 27 Oct. @shiftcities & learn about the benefits of city-business collaborations! 🙌
Register now 👉 https://t.co/CRjJkokqEl https://t.co/3hcGeZDbK9
ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability is a global network of more than 2500 local and regional governments committed to sustainable urban development.
The 100% Renewables Cities and Regions Roadmap is implemented by ICLEI and funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI).