Climate Resilient and
Inclusive Cities Project

A unique cooperation between cities, officials, civil society organizations, and academics towards resilient and inclusive cities

Climate Resilient and
Inclusive Cities Project

A unique cooperation between cities, officials, civil society organizations, and academics towards resilient and inclusive cities

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Pekanbaru: Building a Culture of Sustainable Waste Management

Where does our waste end up? In Pekanbaru, like many other cities, it ends up in a landfill or that which is not transported ends up in the river or burned. This transport and disposal (pick up and dump) pattern has an impact on the decline in the quality of the urban environment, including climate change.

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CRIC Project Attends First EU-ASEAN Knowledge Exchange Workshop

Aniessa Delima Sari, Regional Project Manager, United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) on behalf of CRIC Project attended the First EU-ASEAN Knowledge Exchange Workshop on Smart Green Cities, that took place at Pullman Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia, on Friday, 22 July 2022.

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Mainstreaming Climate Resilience Becomes Cities' Priority

Cities have recognized many actions that could increase climate resilience. Mainstreaming actions on climate resilience will becoming cities' priorities in the future. These statements came from Basuni, representative of Samarinda climate change working group from the city’s environment office during Online Dialogue Forum between CRIC Pilot Cities and Partners, in Thursday, 7 July 2022. 

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Cirebon and Bandar Lampung Recognise Cities’ Vulnerability

City of Bandar Lampung has recognised city’s vulnerability to climate changes during online dialogue forum with Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) partners, Wednesday, 29 June, 2022.

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CRIC Pilot Cities Detail Environmental Challenges as Climate Changes

City of Kupang and Pekanbaru detailed environmental challenges as climate changes. These findings unveiled during Online Dialogue Forum when Climate Change Working Group from City of Kupang and City of Pekanbaru met with Climate Resilience and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) partners, Wednesday, 29 June 2022.

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CRIC Partners to Pilot Cities: Never Repeated Our Past Mistakes

"I hope that CRIC Pilot Cities do not repeat the same mistakes European cities had done in the last century," said Sara Silva, Project Coordinator at Ecolise during online dialogue forum between CRIC pilot cities and CRIC international partners, Tuesday, 28 June 2022.

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Triangular Cooperation

Carte indoThe CRIC project is a 5 year project co-funded by the European Union. It proposes a long lasting and unique cooperation through a triangular cooperation between cities and research centres in Europe, South Asia (India, Nepal, Bangladesh), and Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand). The Project will also contribute to sustainable integrated urban development, good governance, and climate adaptation/mitigation through long lasting partnerships, and tools such as sustainable local action plans, early warning tools, air quality and waste management in consultation with experts’ panels.

The target groups of the Project will be local governments, cities, urban stakeholders working on climate resilience, climate mitigation and adaptation, and good governance of inclusive cities.  With final beneficiaries including but not limited to local community of the cities/provinces, including women, marginalised sector, civil society, and private sectors.

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CRIC
A unique cooperation between cities, officials, civil society organizations, and academics towards resilient and inclusive cities.

Co-funded by EU

CRIC
This project is co-funded by the European Union

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