Climate Resilient and
Inclusive Cities Project

Public Hearing on Urban Analysis Report 22/09

Background and Objectives

Climate change has affected urban areas; however, its impact won’t be felt equally across all cities because each city has different characteristics based on its economic, social and environmental vulnerabilities. Within the Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities/CRIC Project framework, it is fundamental to obtain better evidence of these vulnerabilities to help us provide appropriate assistance, tools and insights that are relevant to cities in their efforts to address climate change. In light of this, the CRIC Project has undertaken urban studies in 10 (ten) CRIC’s pilot cities that involved a panel of urban experts.

These experts conducted the study from June to September to produce Urban Analysis Report (UAR). UAR highlights city profile, existing climate changerelated policies and programme, policy gaps and recommendations. UAR is the key document to help us see the project trajectory while helping cities formulate relevant policies and plans.
The UAR is now available after three months of literature study and in-depth interviews with city stakeholders. There is a need to consult this report to validate findings and to seek feedbacks from relevant stakeholders at a city and national level. The Public Hearing on Urban Analysis Report will be held for this reason.

The objectives of the event are:

  1. Present data, finding, analysis and recommendations to CRIC’s pilot cities;
  2. Discuss data, finding, analysis and recommendations with CRIC’s pilot cities;
  3. Collect feedbacks from CRIC’s pilot cities to support analysis and recommendations;
  4. Align report findings with cities’ strategic sectors and needs.

Event Format

The Public Hearing will be held virtually through a Zoom app and participants can join by clicking the meeting links provided. • Report results from two cities (except on September 17 and 22) will be presented each day by a panel of urban experts. • Representatives from pilot cities and Ministry of Environment and Forestry will provide feedbacks.

Meeting Link

https://zoom.us/j/97625934376?pwd=SUNxOEcyL0h0aENTOVMrK1dlUTYvQT09

Meeting ID: 976 2593 4376
Passcode: 126079

Output

  • Post-event report and documentation
  • Social media posts (live-tweet @cricproject)
  • Feedbacks from pilot cities, Ministry of Environment and Forestry will be collected to improve UAR.

Participants

Participants of the events are:

  • Representatives from ten pilot cities (Pangkal Pinang, Pekanbaru, Bandar Lampung, Cirebon, Banjarmasin, Samarinda, Gorontalo, Mataram, Kupang and Ternate)
  • European Union Delegation
  • Ministry of Environment and Forestry
  • CRIC Project Partners
  • Urban Expert Consultants

Agenda

Duration Activities
10' Introduction (Regional Project Manager CRIC)
  • Secretary General UCLG ASPAC
  • European Union Delegation
  • Head of Bappeda / Head of Environmental
  • Agency (PIC CRIC Project)
40' Presentation from urban expert consultants
15' Review and response from pilot cities representatives
10' Review and response from Ministry of Environment and Forestry
10' Response from urban expert consultants
60' Q&A
5' Closing & follow-up action

 

Registration

Participants will be required to register through this link: https://intip.in/KajianPerkotaan by September 11.

Event Information

Event Date 22-09-2020 9:00 am
Event End Date 22-09-2020 11:30 am
Capacity Unlimited
Individual Price Free

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

Contact

Asih Budiati :

Pascaline Gaborit :