The Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities (CRIC) Project, with the support from the European Union, will hold a virtual public hearing on urban analysis reports of ten Indonesian pilot cities, from 14 to 18 September and on 22 September 2020. The public hearing seeks to collect feedbacks from city stakeholders in a bid to improve the proposed urban analysis report as a baseline document for city to prioritise its urban development agenda.
Urban Analysis Reports are the results of 3-month study in ten CRIC’s pilot cities, conducted by a panel of urban experts. These ten cities are Pangkal Pinang, Bandar Lampung, Pekanbaru, Cirebon, Banjarmasin, Samarinda, Mataram, Gorontalo, Kupang and Ternate. The reports assess city’s climate change preparedness by looking at its urban characteristics, existing programmes and policy gaps. Report results will also help city determine its prioritised sectors and formulate relevant policies and plans.
Putra Dwitama, CRIC Project Coordinator of UCLG ASPAC says that the report is a valuable input for cities in their development and policies planning processes, especially in an attempt to build resilience to climate change. Report recommendations can be applied to strengthen cities’ strategic sectors that are affected by climate change.
“This public hearing is a strategic opportunity for cities to confirm findings and recommendations from the urban analysis report. The report should be acknowledged by city stakeholders as the main counterpart of the CRIC project and the main user of this report,” he says.
The Urban Analysis Report is one of the key documents that will be produced within the CRIC Project framework. It is intended that the project implementation will always be supported by research and empirical evidence that may vary from city to city.
Stakeholders from pilot cities can join the meetings by registering through this link: https://intip.in/KajianPerkotaan
Details about the event can be found here: https://bit.ly/3jXO4w7