Integrating climate change risk mitigation and prevention into planning
Over 50% of the world population lives in cities. At the same time, climate change has become an undeniable reality with increasing effects around the globe.
The vulnerability of cities to climate change is a global issue that is sustained and exacerbated by exogenous and endogenous factors.
Faced with these challenges, urban planning is guiding and accompanying urban and environmental transformations. This demands new management practices as well as multi-scale measures and decisions. Regional resilience is a central governance issue at local and national levels.
We implement a cross-cutting approach including both general and sector-specific expertise (geography, urban planning, architecture, economics), based on constant consultation with local partners.
Technical Assistance for the Elaboration of the Human Settlements Development Program (HSDP)
Mongolia - Europe and Central Asia
Ulaanbaatar green affordable housing and resilient urban renewal project
Ulaanbaatar - Europe and Central Asia
Urban Master Plans of four cities in Gabon
Oyem, Makoku, Franceville and Koula-Moutou - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean