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Oxygen Cities

Increase the number of communities that implement policies and plans that support inclusion, resource efficiency, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and disaster resilience.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community-Based Organizations: Address issues of inclusion, resource management, and disaster risk reduction through local initiatives.

  2. Disaster Risk Reduction Committees: Coordinate efforts for disaster risk reduction, preparedness, and response.

  3. Environmental NGOs: Non-governmental organizations dedicated to environmental conservation and sustainable resource management, often involved in community projects for resource efficiency.

  4. Inclusive Community Development: Promote inclusion, equity, and social justice within communities, working on policies and initiatives that benefit marginalized groups.

  5. Local Resilience Groups: Build resilience to disasters and climate change, often implementing policies and practices for sustainable development.

  6. Green Building Councils: Promote resource-efficient and environmentally sustainable building practices, contributing to both inclusion and resource efficiency in urban and rural development.

  7. Participatory Planning Initiatives: Facilitate community participation in the planning and implementation of policies related to resource management, inclusion, and disaster risk reduction.

  8. Humanitarian Aid Organizations: Aid during and after disasters, working on both short-term relief efforts and long-term strategies for community resilience.

  9. International Development Agencies: Work across borders to implement policies and projects focused on inclusion, resource efficiency, and disaster risk reduction in communities.

  10. Water and Sanitation Organizations: Ensure access to clean water and sanitation facilities, contributing to resource efficiency, and reducing health risks, particularly in disaster-prone areas.

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