In many places around the world, rural and urban populations have to use toilets that aren’t connected to mains sewers. ISO 30500 aims to help!
Would you spend $8 per year to see your community reduce rates of obesity, heart disease, and asthma? What if that investment also increased property values?
City representatives from across the globe share their thoughts on resilience building, its challenges and opportunities.
What can your community gain from adopting resilience approaches?
Mayors from Cape Town, Santiago de Chile, Rotterdam, Pittsburgh, and Oakland tell us why cities need resilience now more than ever before. Cities in the 100RC network are provided with […]
The Why, What, and How of 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, an innovative project seeking to select and work with 100 member cities in order to […]
Substantial infrastructure investments are on the horizon. These investments are necessary to accommodate population growth and rapidly changing ecosystems. Now more than ever, cities and their partners are looking to […]
One critical step cities can take to facilitate their resilience building is to hire a Chief Resilience Officer (CRO). The CRO is an innovative position in city government that ideally […]
100 Resilient Cities help cities around the world become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century. 100RC supports the […]
Last month, 100 Resilient Cities (pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation) unveiled the committee – a group of city chief executives who will contribute their expertise to the global resilience movement. […]