This analytical document aims at communicating about Japanese efforts to achieve the SDGs. It should forms the foundation for further deepening the “Compact City Planning based on Polycentric Transport Networks” platform for urban planning by linking the SDGs to efforts in areas including environment and energy, health and welfare, advancement of women, and promotion of industry.
Tayoma takes part, jointly with Shimokawa and Kitakyushu cities, of the ‘SDGs Futures cities’, announced by the Japanese governement in June 2018.
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Topics: Energy, Environment, Health, Urban, Adaptation, Gender, Green Jobs/Economy, Policy Instruments
Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document
Publication date: 2018