Call for Participants extended for the CityNet-HUDCO Training Program in New Delhi

CityNet Secretariat is extending deadline for registration of prospective participants to the Training Program on Climate Change and Cities on 21-25 October, 2019 in New Delhi, India.

Organized by the Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited – Human Settlement Management Institute (HSMI) and supported by CityNet, the five-day training program will highlight India’s good practices on climate change and mitigation.

Tailored for urban sector professionals, the program will moreover feature concepts and updated development tools regarding adaptive capacity and resilience through urban planning.

If the city or organization is interested, register application by filling up the link bit.ly/CityNetNCIndia2019. Please click here for more information, or you can also email at programs2@citynet-ap.org.

Deadline of registration is 6 September 2019, Friday.

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