Mauritius has made strong commitments to deal with the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution, with all levels of government working to address these challenges. ICLEI Africa is working closely with local governments and communities to find unique, local solutions and opportunities.

Cape Town’s journey towards a prosperous, resilient and inclusive future.

Comment Chefchaouen œuvre pour se transformer en une ville inclusive, durable et résiliente.

How Chefchaouen is taking action to transform into an inclusive, sustainable and resilient city

Remaining resilient during a pandemic: innovative tools from the City of Cape Town

Tackling Monrovia’s climate challenges through community engagement

The signing of the Nakuru County Climate Change Act, 2020 establishes the County Climate Change Fund, a pioneering financial mechanism that makes addressing climate change a legal requirement.

Feature City Profile: Creating resilience through food in Quelimane Both as Mayor, and in his role as a member of the ICLEI Africa Committee, Mayor Manuel de Araújo of Quelimane is passionate about the issues of food security and how urban food can be used as a lever for change. Quelimane Limpa The effects of … Continued

Collaboration cultivates innovation: How ICLEI Africa and the City of Cape Town have been pioneering local sustainability action for two decades The City of Cape Town in South Africa has always been a front-runner in taking action for urban sustainability and resilience. The City’s Executive Director of Spatial Planning and Environment, Mr Osman Asmal, appointed … Continued

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