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Highlights of the ICLEI World Congress 2015
Day 4
Final Highlights - ICLEI World Congress 2015
ICLEI closes largest-ever World Congress

The ICLEI World Congress 2015 convened Mayors and representatives of 249 local governments and over 2,500 total participants in 76 plenaries, sessions, and workshops guided by over 300 speakers. [Watch]
Key Congress highlights:
Day 4 highlights:
ICLEI World Congress 2015 looks to the future with focus on partnerships

ICLEI was delighted to sign 10 Memoranda of Understanding with a range of forward-thinking and innovative organizations. [Read More]
World Congress closes with all-female plenary

Moderated by ICLEI Deputy Secretary General Monika Zimmermann, the World Congress closing plenary featured an entirely female panel of World Congress team members, regional managers, partners, and delegates. [Read More]
Plenary: Financing urban sustainability

After three days of discussions and workshops on sustainable urban solutions, delegates turned to the issue of financing urban sustainability on Day 4 of the World Congress. [Read More]
The future of water in cities

Sub-plenary 7 of the World Congress looked at the future of water in cities, along with priorities and strategies for local water security. [Read More]
Global Lead Cities Network on Sustainable Public Procurement launched

Seoul Metropolitan Government and ICLEI have joined forces to establish a Global Lead Cities Network on Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP). [Read More]
Guangzhou shares prize-winning BRT Project

Mr. An Pan, Secretary General of Guangzhou City Council, presented the city’s prize-winning bus rapid trantsit system at the sub-plenary ‘Leaders for Innovation’. [Read More]
Anchoring sustainability in the post-2015 agenda

The second plenary session on Day 4 of the World Congress looked at how to anchor sustainability in the Post-2015 development agenda. [Read More]
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Thank you to all those who made the World Congress a great success. Gamsahamnida, Mayor Won Soon Park and the City of Seoul!
ICLEI is the world’s leading network of over 1,000 cities, towns and metropolises committed to building​ a sustainable future. By helping our M​embers to make their cities sustainable,​ low-carbon, resilient, biodiverse, resource-efficient, healthy and happy, with a green economy and smart infrastructure, we impact over 20% of the global urban population.
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