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CDO, UN agency mull partnership for climate-resilient areas
Manila, Feb. 10 -- The city government is in talks with the United Nation Habitat (UN-Habitat) for an initiative to create large open spaces that are environment-friendly and disaster-resilient. "Project Lunhaw" (green) is an urban design project under the UN-Habitat's Building Climate Resiliency through Urban Plans and Designs (BCRUPD Project- UN Habitat), according to UN-Habitat Country Program Manager Cris Rollo in an interview on Friday. Rollo said the UN-Habitat is looking at partnering with the city government in developing large open spaces from Duaw Park (the riverside park near the compound of City Hall) going downstream near Maharlika Bridge, including the site where the old amphitheater stands. These sites, he said, could soon be...
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