The Reta aims to help urban
centers meet Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11, which focuses on making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
It stated that in half of the countries analysed, the poorest urban
children are twice unlikely to have access to basic sanitation services than urban
children from the richest households.
Hence, given the need to combat urban
climate change effects within cities, some other countries in the tropical regions such as Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam have also initiated efforts to conduct detailed analyses on the urban
climate in order to formulate their own urban
climatic maps for urban
planning guidelines (Hien et al., 2011; Jittawikul, Saito, & Ishihara, 2004; Ndetto & Matzarakis, 2013; Storch et al., 2009).
Quoting a study of the UN's Food and Agriculture (FAO), Mohammad Saleem, pointed out, 'Planting trees in urban
areas could help cool the temperature by between two to eight degree Celsius.
Currently, the urban
population of Vietnam is about 35.7% and it is estimated that by 2020, 40% of Vietnam's population lives in urban
form can be investigated by density, diversity and design of a particular area.
Among all the spatial, social and economic problems, the author is more concerned about the visible issue of urban
poverty and its spatial and social manifestation in slums and lack of environmental infrastructure across all metropolitan cities of India.
* Calling mental health a "central factor in the health of the urban
poor," Montgomery notes that community-based studies of mental health in poor countries suggest that 12 percent to 51 percent of urban
adults suffer from some form of depression.
"If you are involved in urban
real estate in New Jersey, Urban
Core III is a must-attend event because it addresses the critical issues confronting your current and future projects.'"
The skills and values required to succeed in the global economy, particularly autonomy, collaboration, self-directedness, and responsibility, are lacking in most urban
high schools (Anyon, 2005; Egol, 2004).
These nimble institutions share common purposes: They're steeped in social justice, urban
engagement, civic leadership, global perspective, and responsible citizenship.
Bachin divides her study into three parts, each examining a discreet aspect of urban
culture and public space.