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from flat to bumpy economic activity


Source: Cities Alliance


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Linking researchers, practitioners, and policymakers–and building the evidence base for sustainable urbanization


phase I—global consultations EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA

LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Metropolitan mgmt Sustainable urban growth

150 participants from 12 Latin American countries

25 CONSULTATIONS & EVENTS IN 14 COUNTRIES 5,000 PARTICIPANTS

800 CITY LEADERS

Regional development Land use planning

Municipal Finance

ARAB URBAN DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE

GLOBAL FORUMS

55 participants from Russia

EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC

MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

participants from 8+ countries in the middle east and north africa

Mono-cities Economic development

AFRICA

SOUTH ASIA

Urban land markets Urbanization framework

Urban regeneration Social inclusion

65 participants from Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, North Sudan, & South Sudan

60 participants from Sri Lanka, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Maldives

100 participants from China, Indonesia, Philippines, Lao, Mongolia, Vietnam, Singapore, and South Korea.


phase I—building an action network of partners


Partner perspective


2 phased approach

• Regional and global consultations • Partnership building • Foundational strategy and tools

• Co-create demanddriven knowledge products • Translate partnerships and ideas into collaborative initiatives for cities


PHASE II (2013)—SEEDING COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVES

SHARED LEARNING & PEER EXCHANGES

SHARE, LEVERAGE, AND EVOLVE A GLOBAL POOL OF EXPERIENCE AND LESSONS LEARNED ON SUSTAINABLE URBANIZATION

GLOBAL LEARNING LAB FOR METROPOLITAN PLANNING

JOINT RESEARCH PROGRAM ON SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT OF CITIES

DATA ON CITIES FOR GLOBAL BENCHMARKING

DATA-DRIVEN CITY MANAGEMENT & ICT


Source: Urbanization Review team


Source: Nathan Fried-Lipski


Bus, 9.2 Bodaboda, 5.9

Taxi, 14.6 Walking, 70.3


Source: skyscapercity.com


Source: Google Earth


TOWARDS “LEARNING CITIES”—OPEN KNOWLEDGE, OPEN DATA, OPEN TOOLS


DATA.WORLDBANK.ORG—8,000+ DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS

VIRTUALLY NONE AT THE CITY LEVEL


Can we agree on standard indicators and systematically share and “make sense� of data?


UKP_Rabat_v3  

http://cmimarseille.org/_docs/ukprabat/UKP_Rabat_v3.pdf

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