Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires’s Resilience Journey

Buenos Aires is the political, economic, and institutional heart of Argentina. However, the city faces growing challenges from social and economic inequality. Buenos Aires’s informal settlements now house over 250,000 residents, while the gap between rich and poor in employment and life expectancy continues to widen.

Changing weather patterns over the last 50 years have resulted in increased heavy rainfall and flooding, which cause significant physical and economic loss. Flooding puts more pressure on Buenos Aires’s urban infrastructure, which can cause power, water, and telephone outages that hamper recovery. The city has acted by developing a new Hydraulic Planning Master Plan, with significant investments in the urban drainage system, while a Hydrometeorological Monitoring Network aims to increase preparedness and reduce emergency response times.

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Serie de Conversatorios # 5 -Resiliencia Hídrica: Casos de Ciudades   

Serie de Conversatorios # 5 -Resiliencia Hídrica: Casos de Ciudades   

Sin agua no podemos vivir. Pero este recurso se encuentra cada vez más amenazado y, con él, la salud pública, la seguridad alimentaria y el medio ambiente. Su escasez pone en riesgo la ...
Serie de Conversatorios # 4 -Establecimiento de oficinas de resiliencia: la experiencia de R-Cities y sus CROs 

Serie de Conversatorios # 4 -Establecimiento de oficinas de resiliencia: la experiencia de R-Cities y sus CROs 

El establecimiento de oficinas de resiliencia ha sido clave para asegurar una implementación efectiva de las estrategias de resiliencia de nuestras ciudades en Latinoamérica y en el mundo. Estas ...
Women and the Future of Resilience: Resilient Cities Network Chair and Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner joins Latin America and the Caribbean Convening

Women and the Future of Resilience: Resilient Cities Network Chair and Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner joins Latin America and the Caribbean Convening

Mexico City - (R-Cities). Cities of Resilient Cities Network’s Latin America and the Caribbean region convened in Mexico City last week with a focus on climate change and gender equity.

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