Governance for Sustainability in Hyderabad, India
SDG 4: Quality Education • 17m
What does urban growth in times of climate change mean to a city and its people in an emerging country? This film concentrates on one of India’s most rapid urban growth centers – Hyderabad – and gives mentionable insights on how the inhabitants cope with food security, agricultural problems, urban sprawl, education, energy supply as well as consumption.
Director: Marcus Mangeot
2013 | 17 min
India | Germany
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