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VideoDecember 22, 2023

Central Asia Resilient and Low-Carbon Cities: Discussing

In Central Asia, urban areas have expanded by 48% in 30 years, covering 538 square kilometers. Larger urban areas contributed more greenhouse gas emissions, mainly from buildings and transport. At a recent event in Almaty, the World Bank presented evidence-based policy recommendations on building more sustainable, resilient cities in the region based on the findings of an analysis of 48 cities across Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.