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    The State of Asian and Pacific Cities 2015. Urban transformations: Shifting from quantity to quality

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    This report on the state of Asian and Pacific cities is the second in the series first published by UN-Habitat (the United Nations Human Settlements Programme) and ESCAP (the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific) in 2010 then 2011.

    Building on the findings and baseline data provided in the 2010 report, and in capturing both rapid change and new policy opportunities, The State of Asian and Pacific Cities 2015 seeks to further contribute to policy-relevant literature on the region’s urban change.

    Specifically, as reflected in its subtitle, the report highlights growing gaps between current urbanisation patterns and what is needed to shift to a more inclusive and sustainable urban future, in which the role of the region’s cities is unquestionably tied to national, regional and global development prospects.

    PUBLICATION DETAILS
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    Series: State of Cities - Regional Reports
    Collections: State of Cities - Regional Reports
    Publisher: UN-Habitat
    HS Number: 071/15E
    No of Pages: 204
    ISBN: 978-92-1-132681-9

    The State of Asian and Pacific Cities 2015

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