The Resilient Cities Network and the National League of Cities today announced a partnership to accelerate urban resilience across the United States.
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.
Two leading organizations championing resilience initiatives for urban populations have joined forces in South East Asia – Arup and the Global Resilient Cities Network (GRCN).
Cities for a Resilient Recovery (C2R) is a participatory and collaborative platform for resilient recovery planning from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leveraging its network of 98 cities, representing over 220 million people worldwide, the Global Resilient Cities Network (GRCN) “Cities on the Frontline” campaign enables communication between cities to spread knowledge and best resilience practices between cities in a bid to reduce the impact of the virus.
Mercociudades, the South American network of cities, and the Global Resilient Cities Network, announced today the renewal of their partnership to support cities in their efforts to better anticipate climate and other urban challenges.
Visa and GRCN announced an agreement today at the 10th World Urban Forum (WUF) to collaborate on a program to help cities deploy technologies that can build and further digital economies across the 17 Latin American and Caribbean cities that are part of the Global Resilient Cities Network.
Global Resilient Cities Network announced today the expansion of its strategic partnerships to extend network delivery capacity to support urban resilience actions in cities with a focus on vulnerable communities across all of its member regions
Chief Resilience Officers from around the world announced today the evolution of their network. The transition will take place under the name Global Resilient Cities Network.