Asian Highway: The Road Networks Connecting China, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation and the Korean Peninsula

Asian Highway: The Road Networks Connecting China, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation and the Korean Peninsula

Asian Highway: The Road Networks Connecting China, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation and the Korean Peninsula

Asian Highway: The Road Networks Connecting China, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Russian Federation and the Korean Peninsula

Synopsis

According to projections, the majority of the population in Asia and the Pacific region will live in urban areas by 2030. Most cities and towns cannot cope with the needs and demands of their current population and are unprepared for the unprecedented growth of the population that will occur during the next decades. Through this publication, ESCAP reaffirms its commitment to the implementation of the Habitat Agenda at the local level. It aims to guide interested groups to develop a state-of-the-city report and a local Habitat Agenda. It starts with an overview of the goals and principles, commitments and actions described in the Agenda. It also contains guidelines on the organization of urban forums and the preparation of a state-of-the-city report.
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