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An interview with urban planning expert Juan Manuel Robledo on how the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) NAMA Support Project will improve quality of life in Colombian cities – and potentially transform urban planning policy in Colombia.
Mexican cities are growing at a record rate. With the help of the "New Housing" NAMA Support Project, the country is promoting urban densification and more efficient houses for Mexican families. A visit to the housing project Altos de Tonalá in Guadalajara.
Refrigeration and air conditioning technologies are a major source of harmful emissions. With the help of a NAMA Support Project, Thailand is now looking to more efficient equipment and natural refrigerants to achieve its climate protection targets.
Chile is continuously expanding its use of renewables in electricity production. The Self-Supply Renewable Energy NAMA Support Project consults small and medium-sized businesses on investing in renewables for self-supply – from photovoltaic systems to biogas.
The Costa Rican coffee industry is facing the effects of climate change. The Coffee NAMA promotes climate-friendly, low-carbon coffee production and processing, and helps coffee producers to become more sustainable – and maintain productivity.