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Promoting the role of urban forests
14-09-2017











SEOUL - Urban forests, the trees and woodlands in urban areas, are key to making Asia-Pacific cities greener, healthier, happier and more resilient to climate change, an FAO co-sponsored regional meeting heard on 13 September 2017. The Seoul Action Plan guides Asia-Pacific countries in realizing the global vision of the New Urban Agenda, agreed at the UN Habitat III summit in Ecuador in 2016.......



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