This report has been commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, in collaboration with Resilient Cities Network (R-Cities) to better understand how climate change impacts will affect urban sanitation systems, and what needs to be done to address this.
It is not news that we have a lot of plastics in our oceans. To be precise close to 150 million tons of plastic in the ocean and 11 million tons added each year
Water is the lifeblood of a city. Too much is just as dangerous as not enough, and from Cape Town to Byblos, Jakarta to Chennai, climate change demands that any city that wants to survive has to learn to manage and live with water. To be resilient and thriving requires a comprehensive, forward-looking approach to water management that builds on the city’s people, making them a part of the plan and the solution. Water is a significant focus for Resilient Cities Network and our member cities’ efforts to adapt to and mitigate the causes and effects of climate change.
This document summarises our Network’s thinking and experiences in the development of a toolkit to support local governments in planning a resilient recovery.
100 Resilient Cities Midterm Evaluation Report: Case Studies
This handbook is a practical guide for community entrepreneurs and urban practitioners interested in understanding how their peers are measuring social cohesion.