UN-Habitat Report: Cities and Pandemics: Towards a More Just, Green and Healthy Future

Building on the many hard lessons brought by the pandemic and the inspiring and creative responses developed to contain it, the UN-Habitat Report studies the most important impacts of COVID-19 in cities and explores the forces shaping their future: urban form and function, poverty and socioeconomic inequalities, urban economy and governance structures. The report explores the spatial dimensions of the pandemic and identifies the necessary shifts in urban forms that can mitigate the spread of future contagions, reducing their adverse impacts while making cities more prosperous, green and fair.

Download the report:

Full report (194 pages)

Executive Summary (3 pages)

Type of publication: report

Year: 2021

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Related Posts

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Publications

For many cities, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing issues in poverty and inequality including challenges in employment and livelihood, transport and accessibility, access to basic services, and security of tenure. The ones who suffered the worst impact are the marginalized urban populations. It is then vital to understand the situation of the urban poor to inform the facilitation and conduct of resilient and green recovery in the cities.

Let's Work Together