Japan is looking to help India get 24 green cities off the ground with a combination of loans and technological help, Mridul Chadha of our sister site Cleantechnica recently reported. This is all part of a proposed $90 billion Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor mega-infrastructure project aimed at boosting green economic growth in relatively undeveloped towns along a long transportation corridor that connects India’s largest cities, New Delhi and Mumbai. Developing these smaller cities is expected to help reduce migration to those megacities and improve India’s overall competitiveness.
For more on this story, check out: India to Build 24 Green Cities in Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.
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