Climate Resilient and
Inclusive Cities Project

City of Ternate and City of Mataram, both are Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) Project’s pilot cities informed their current status of climate adaptation and mitigation plans in front of CRIC international partners: Pilot4DEV and ACR+, at online dialogue forum event in Thursday, June 23, 2022. CRIC Project is European Union funded Project implemented by UCLG ASPAC.

“Bottom-up approach is at the heart of the third climate mitigation training.” This statement was conveyed by Raindras Dwiarsa, Staff at Balai Pemantapan Kawasan Hutan (BPKH) or Forest Area Establishment Agency XIV Kupang interviewed by CRIC Project, Friday, 17 June, when attending the third day of climate mitigation training at Sotis Hotel, facilitated by Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) Project.

City of Gorontalo received first Climate Action Plan Adaptation training (A1) from Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) Project. The training was held between 2-8 June 2022, in Gorontalo, North Sulawesi. The climate adaptation training was supported by two Indonesian research centres namely CCROM and IPB university.

At the occasion of the Asia-Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD), UCLG ASPAC, CRIC's lead partner, is co-organizing a side event on climate and SDGs with the Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS. 

Pilot4DEV has produced a series of policy briefs (on its own or/and with the funding of the EU project LIFE Adapt Island) on climate mitigation and climate adaptation that is made available in the framework of the Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) project.

Financial investment is crucial in the global efforts to tackle climate change, as pronounced in the COP-26. It is also reflected in the Indonesian media for the past two months. In the December edition of Media Monitoring, climate finance remains the talk of the nation, along with the policy instruments to support such financing. We found that most climate-related news in the media revolves around these four themes.

Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) delivered Climate Action Plan (CAP) training to 267 local government representatives in nine Indonesian cities in 2021, serving as a significant milestone to help increase local government capacity in building urban climate resilience. The training also emphasised the need for the convergence of climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction to achieve sustainable development.

The planet has witnessed the paralysing impact of extreme weather on our lives throughout 2021. The Global Climate Report has documented the increase of climate-induced disasters from the Eastern to Southern hemisphere. At a national level, the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) sounded the alarm of the extreme weather incidents that will take place until mid-December 2021. Improving early warning systems is one of the key strategies for Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) in the three pilot cities, Pangkalpinang, Bandar Lampung, and Ternate, to prepare cities and communities to anticipate imminent disasters.

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