Sustainable Urban Development Network (SUD-Net)
Aug 1990, by E-XE6809 - United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), as a follow-up to 'Environmental Guidelines for Settlements Planning and Management' of HABITAT and E-XE4161 - UN Environment and to resolution, 2 May 1989, of U-XE1139 - United Nations Commission on Human Settlements (UNCHS). Original title: Sustainable Cities Programme (SCP). First phase ran until 2001; 2nd phase ran 2002-2008. Current phase runs until Aug 2010. Also follows up 'Localizing Agenda 21 Programme' (1995-2008). Ceased to exist, 2013.
Promote interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable urban development; facilitate the sustainable development of the natural environment and of livable, productive and inclusive cities.
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