Climate Resilient and
Inclusive Cities Project

Pangkalpinang

 Pangkalpinang is the capital and largest city in the province of Bangka Belitung, Indonesia. Located on the east coast of Bangka Island.

In the 2010 census, it was estimated that Pangkalpinang spanned over an area of 118,41 square kilometers (45,72 square miles) and had a population of 328,167. The population density of the area according to those numbers is around 2,800 per square kilometre.

To learn more about Pangkalpinang and the findings of the CRIC experts, click here.

A policy brief redacted by CRIC partners from Pilot4Dev, ACR+, ECOLISE and AIILSG is available here.

The full Urban Analysis Report carried out by a panel of urban experts for the city of Pangkalpinang is available here. The study sought to identify characteristics of Pangkalpinang and climate-related existing policies and policy gaps while providing recommendations to Pangkalpinang City officials.

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