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This book distils lessons learned into a practical framework for sustainable urbanization, which is organized around the three policy pillars of the title. The coordination among these pillars is critical, particularly the relationship between land use planning and hazard risk, housing, infrastructure, and urban transport. This framework has already helped to reshape core urbanization policy debates and to integrate action across the urban space in countries such as Colombia, India, Uganda, and Vietnam. For example, In India, the Urbanization review provided considerable inputs to the teams that shaped the contours of the 12th five-year plan; in Colombia, the Urbanization review helped in the design of a mission for cities, the product of a high level committee for urban management.
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