En 2019, el Gobierno de la Ciudad de México, Fundación Avina, BID-Lab y 100 Ciudades Resilientes, con la colaboración del Programa Cuencas Verdes impulsado por el Gobierno de Alemania a través de la Iniciativa Internacional de Protección del Clima (IKI, por sus siglas en alemán) a través de un acuerdo, lanzaron el Reto de Resiliencia y Adaptación.
El Área Metropolitana de Buenos Aires es una de las más habitadas en América Latina, con más de 12 millones de habitantes, de los cuales, 3 millones habitan en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.
Between July and November, seven virtual dialogue sessions were held to share experiences, lessons and challenges in the implementation of urban policies for post-pandemic care and recovery, with the aim of contributing to strengthening the capacities of local and national governments in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb of the City of Rotterdam, and Monica Barone, Chief Executive Officer of the City of Sydney, have joined the board of directors. These board appointments come as R-Cities receives renewed financial commitment from The Rockefeller Foundation.
The Biden-Harris platform aligns with our global Network’s priorities for action, emphasizing equity and compassion, safety and health, as well as climate resilience and prosperity. It is a promise for a return to the collaborative action necessary to address the complex challenges facing cities today.
The Resilient Cities Network and the National League of Cities today announced a partnership to accelerate urban resilience across the United States.
ICLEI South America and Resilient Cities Network have joined forces to support cities in the region in building a more resilient and sustainable future.
The Resilient Cities Network convened a virtual launch and networking event this week, bringing together global leaders in infrastructure development and urban resilience to connect and identify opportunities to support global resilience work, and look for collaboration and investment opportunities in support of addressing the issues in Singapore arising from rapid urbanization and climate change.
As continued resilient recovery remains a priority in cities around the world, the global community represented by Resilient Cities Network came together virtually. The organization introduced the new members of its Board of Directors and Global Steering Committee. With cities still battling the unprecedented global pandemic and the compound risks of climate change and social inequity the agenda discussed by the core executive team as well as the Network alumni community was particularly relevant, reviewing and discussing the strategic direction of the Network for 2021-2023.
Today, Visa and the Global Resilient Cities Network kickoff the first program of their partnership that was announced earlier this year.