Izmir struggles to get the title of "the most beloved city" in the competition organized by the World Wildlife Fund and 21 cities from 49 countries participated. Voting on the internet ends on 30 June.
Life spent on environmental projects is an example to Turkey Izmir, combating climate change is among the world's cities, with ambitious applications are talked about sustainable mobility and environmentally friendly transportation. Izmir, which was selected for the kent welovecities ülk competition organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) because of the projects implemented in these areas, is competing to be the (Most Loved City Doğal by being the finalist with 21 from the country 49.
Those who want to support the city of Izmir and those who want to support Izmir from where they live in the keyboard will be able to share this excitement by using the head. 30 until June www.welovecities.org Turkey entering the country flags on the page sections, then you can complete the process of voting by checking the option between Izmir and # weloveizm can carry labels with social sharing by many Izmir to first place in the media. The aim of the competition organized in 2014 and 2016 is to promote a climate-friendly transformation in cities. The assessment focuses on energy, buildings and adaptation to climate change, which are important in terms of climate targets. Special emphasis is given to the targets and practices on sustainable transportation and mobility, which are the thematic focus of this year. In 2014, he received the title of Sev The Most Loved City ın of Thailand's Khunan with Kolobiya's Medellin and in 2016 with the Bogor city of Indonesia.
Here are cities in which Izmir competes:
Vancouver, Edmonton (Canada)
Cleveland, Santa Monica (USA)
Guadalajara, Los Mochis (Mexico)
Pachalum, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala City (Guatemala)
Ibague, Monteria, Cali (Colombia)
Magdelana, San Isıdro, Mıraflores (Peru)
Valdivia, Santiago, Independencia (Chile)
Fortaleza, Betim, Belo Horizonte (Brazil)
Uppsala, Umea, Lund (Sweden)
Hat Yasi, Yasothon (Thailand)
Shah Alam, Kuala Lumpur, Melaka (Malaysia)
Da Nang, Hoi An, Dong Ha (Vietnam)
Yokohama, Tokyu (Japan)
Panaji, Rajkot, Pune (India)
Gaziantep, Izmir (Turkey)
Pasig, Makati, San Carlos (Philippines)
Dar Es Salam (Tanzania)
Bogor, Balikpapan, Jakarta (Indonesia)
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