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Sustainability Movement Invites Colombians to Paint Their Cities Shades of Green
During the 2011 regional elections in Colombia, a collective movement challenged both, candidates and citizens, to commit to a sustainability agenda for the city. This resulted in a pact for sustainable cities and regions with 300 stakeholders participating. Today, the organization is a key player in sustainable Colombian development, with a presence in major cities, including Bogota, Medellin, Cali, Manizales, Villavicencio, Barranquilla, Quibdó.
Watch their story and read this article to learn more about the initiatives that have advanced Colombian cities to be ciudades verdes.
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