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Emerging and Sustainable Cities Program

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Transcript of Emerging and Sustainable Cities Program

3/5
Ciudades
4/8
Ciudades
Action Plans for 36 ESC Cities
ACTION PLAN
+50
Strategic
Partnerships

ESCI
10%
7
years
STRATEGIC
PARTNERSHIPS

One of the most important strategies for the Initiative is the formation of partnerships with local development institutions.

These strategic partnerships have made it possible to broaden the Initiative’s impact and coverage, put in place additional implementation schemes, and promote the ESCI methodology as a regional public good.
Huracán Odile
Septiembre 2014
Inundation Scenario
(+50cm & 100cm SLR + 100 Storm Inundation
ESTIMATING THE URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE GAP
These figures include 306 urban infrastructure projects and suggest that each city requires US$586.61 million for sustainable growth investments on average.
Mobility
(33%),
Water and Sanitation
(27%), and
Adaptation to Climate Change
(14%) represent nearly three quarters of total investment costs.
Urban Infrastructure Investment Costs
San José, Costa Rica
Source:
ESCI 2016, 34 intermediate cities with Action Plan
- Distribution by sector -
High vulnerability to natural disasters and the impacts of climate change
Many cities are at great risk to main hazards of flooding, exacerbated over time as projections indicate an increase in rainfall intensity and rising sea levels.
Nassau, Bahamas
Mainstreaming Climate Change into Urban Planning
Impact in the cost of providing public services
Impact in informality
Impact in exclusion
ESCI leveraged
US$3
additional
NEW URBAN AGENDA
3rd Edition - October 2016
Building cycle-inclusive cities in Latin America and the Caribbean.

+5000 downloads
Compilation and standarization of 30 public opinion surveys in different intermediate size cities in Latin America and the Caribbean. 85 million people are represented.

+9000 downloads
The Road toward Smart Cities: Migrating from Traditional City Management to the Smart City

+25000 downloads
MOOC
- Massive Open Online Courses
12.000 participants (1st & 2nd edition)

3rd edition starts September 27, 2016
San José - Costa Rica
La Paz BCS, Mexico
Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Analysis
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