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Green Square Wroclaw Poland
‘We strive to make Wroclaw a resilient and responsible city, ready for the challenges of the future.’ This is the climate-resilient vision that Mayor Jacek Sutryk has for the Polish city
Barcelona greening of neighbourhood squares
Barcelona is creating a more attractive and climate-friendly environment for its inhabitants. Change is happening before the eyes of its 1.6 million citizens as well as the wider world keen to learn from this consistently innovative city
Park area in Campinas, Brazil
Severe storms and flooding almost 20 years ago proved a turning point for Campinas. Since then, the Brazilian city has emerged as a global leader of climate resilient urban development
Tunnel flooding in Matosinhos Portugal
Matosinhos has stepped up its ambition to reduce risk from fires, floods, and coastal erosion. The Portuguese city is doing this through close partnership with its citizens
Street shade in Incheon
Incheon Metropolitan City is committed to protecting the lives and wellbeing of its more than 3 million citizens in the face of more frequent extreme temperatures
Malmo, Sweden, is prioritizing the greening of its urban spaces
The coastal Swedish city of Malmö is transforming many parts of its city from an environmental, social, and economic perspective to strengthen its climate resilience. The municipality is keen to share its experience to inspire other local governments
Urban garden planting in Mexico City
Mexico City has built a comprehensive risk governance system enabling it to scale up climate resilience action across the metropolitan area
Smithills Estate leaky dam Greater Manchester
Greater Manchester has a population of almost 3 million residents and has an ambition to be carbon neutral by 2038. This forms part of a wider strategic approach to becoming a greener, fairer, and more prosperous city region
MCR2030 Initiative in Tobago
In the face of acute hydrometeorological risks, Tobago joined the MCR2030 initiative in May 2022, aiming to accelerate disaster resilience-building at the island level and lead the way for a more resilient Caribbean region.
Barcarena es un municipio localizado en el Estado de Pará, al norte de Brasil.
Faced with increasing threats of soil erosion and landslides, Barcarena has been implementing actions to achieve sustainability for more than a decade, making it a benchmark in the State of Pará for its path towards the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.