Programs

Accelerating resilience solutions

Our thematic, multi-city programs drive collaboration, investments, and impact in vulnerable communities and the critical systems that serve them.

Our programs

Our programs

Core to our mission at the Resilient Cities Network is our belief that for cities to become resilient, they must channel investments to solutions that maximize impact for every dollar spent. High-impact solutions yield multiple benefits such as more equitable access to basic services, better employment, and climate-resilient infrastructure. R-Cities works arm-in-arm with cities to scale resilience and investments in vulnerable communities and the critical systems that serve them through multi-city thematic programs.
Urban Exchange Podcast

Urban Exchange Podcast

Our Urban Exchange podcast series is a collaborative project designed to educate and inspire cities and their partners around the globe to build resilience into their planning for tackling urban challenges.
North America Climate Resilience Program

North America Climate Resilience Program

Z Zurich Foundation (Foundation), Zurich North America (ZNA) and Resilient Cities Network (R-Cities) are working together to increase city resilience and reduce risks to life and property due to shocks and stresses, particularly around the intersection of climate risk and social inequity. The North America Climate Resilience Program will operate
Urban Resilience Program

Urban Resilience Program

The Temasek Foundation Urban Resilience Program (TFURP), a joint collaboration between Temasek Foundation, Centre for Livable Cities, and Resilient Cities Network, is a project accelerator targeted at city leaders and practitioners.
Urban Ocean

Urban Ocean

The goal of the Urban Ocean program is to work with city leaders to bring new ideas, partners and resources together to solve interrelated problems around waste management. It provides the opportunity for ocean advocates and city leaders to join forces with other allies to develop comprehensive solutions that meet