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Japan urbanism: Metropolis urban sustainability exchange

An initiative of the City of Berlin on behalf of global major cities network Metropolis, the urban sustainability exchange (use) promotes knowledge exchange and connections between cities and professionals working in the field of urban sustainability.

In partnership with JLGC as the London Office of CLAIR, use has now developed a series of case studies of practice among Japanese cities and urban areas, including Aomori, Ehime, Fukuoka, Kyoto, Nagasaki, Sendai and Tokyo. The case studies across the use website are also browsable by UN SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) theme.

For more details, please click on the case studies of Aomori (‘Bridge Asset Management System’), Ehime (‘Marugoto Cycling Project’), Fukuoka (‘Collaborative Community Building’), Kyoto (‘Do You Kyoto?’), Nagasaki (‘Creating a City Nightscape’), Sendai (‘Sendai For Startups’) and Tokyo (‘Pre-earthquake Measures in Tokyo’).

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