Urban development must be sustainable and climate-friendly
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Urban development must be sustainable and climate-friendly

Kunal Kumar, the mission director of the Indore Smart City project, said at the U20 programme in Indore that India's urban population is likely to double by 2047. He said that the country will need to adapt to changing times accordingly.

He said that India's GDP is expected to reach $32 trillion by 2047, and that cities will need to be developed in order to achieve this target. He said that the country needs to increase economic growth and investment in cities.

Kumar also said that environmental degradation can cause irreversible damage to cities. He said that environmental sustainability and climate change can no longer be ignored in urban development. He stressed the need to incorporate these concerns into all upcoming projects and policies.

Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargav said that nearly 250 delegates, including 16 mayors, from 60 cities participated in the U20 event held in the cleanest city of the country. MP Shankar Lalwani said that the deliberations of this U20 event will be included in the final draft of the G20 summit.

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Kunal Kumar, the mission director of the Indore Smart City project, said at the U20 programme in Indore that India's urban population is likely to double by 2047. He said that the country will need to adapt to changing times accordingly. He said that India's GDP is expected to reach $32 trillion by 2047, and that cities will need to be developed in order to achieve this target. He said that the country needs to increase economic growth and investment in cities. Kumar also said that environmental degradation can cause irreversible damage to cities. He said that environmental sustainability and climate change can no longer be ignored in urban development. He stressed the need to incorporate these concerns into all upcoming projects and policies. Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargav said that nearly 250 delegates, including 16 mayors, from 60 cities participated in the U20 event held in the cleanest city of the country. MP Shankar Lalwani said that the deliberations of this U20 event will be included in the final draft of the G20 summit. Also Read UPSBC invites bids to build ROB on Ghaziabad-Tundla Rail Section Additional structures to be built in Vadodara -Surat section of NH-48

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