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Smart City Summit
Surat, 25th November 2016
@100ResCities #ResilientCities
2
Introduction to
Urban Resilience
3
1900
2007
2030
2050
1.4 million new people are
moving into cities every
week.
People are drawn to
cities as centres of
e...
4
Abandoned Steel Mill in Pittsburgh, USA
A city’s ability to maintain essential functions is
threatened by both acute sho...
5
Austerity riots in Athens, Greece
Sudden shocks or accumulating stresses
can lead to social breakdown, physical collapse...
6
What are chronic stresses?What are acute shocks?
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Earthquake
Wildfires
Flooding
Sandstorms
Extreme cold
Hazardous materials accident
Severe storms and extreme rainfall
Te...
8
Earthquake
Wildfires
Flooding
Sandstorms
Extreme cold
Hazardous materials accident
Severe storms and extreme rainfall
Te...
9
Shocks and stresses can bring opportunities for cities to
evolve, and in some circumstances, transform.
Shock or Stress
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URBAN RESILIENCE
Is the capacity of individuals,
communities, institutions,
businesses, and systems within
a city to su...
11
The Future
of
Urban
Resilience
Amman, Jordan
12
90% of the world’s data was
created in the last two years
80% of the
world’s data
today is
unstructured
The Information...
13
Cities have a once-in-a-
lifetime opportunity to
incorporate resilient design
into infrastructure projects
Half Of The
...
14
Inequity And
Social Cohesion
Will Define The
Resilience
Agenda
City resilience strategies
must focus on ways to fully
i...
15
Introduction to
100RC
Singapore
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100RC partners with cities around the
world to help them become more
resilient to the social, economic and
physical cha...
17
100RC AIMS TO
SOLVE TWO
PROBLEMS:
1. Cities are complex,
siloed ecosystems
2. Existing solutions do
not scale or reach
...
18
1. Funding to
hire a
Chief Resilience
Officer (CRO)
2. Support to
Develop a City
Resilience
Strategy
4. Membership
in t...
19
Our Member Cities
Following a highly competitive application process (1,000+ applications), 100RC selected a first grou...
20
Building Urban
Resilience
in India
Mumbai, India
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Helping Surat to Understand & Address its Water
Issues
• 9 Member cities,+28 Resilience
practitioners & 30 water expert...
22
Innovative Stakeholder Engagement Process
ASSET & RISKS TOOLS
Resilient Surat/TARU
• The objective of asset and risk an...
23
Understanding Urban Flood Management
SUMMIT ON URBAN
FLOODING, Chennai
• 100RC & the Greater Chennai Corporation
partne...
24
Global
Innovation
Mumbai, India
25
• This innovative partnership will allow cities
to know what is at risk, how it needs to
improve, who will fix it, and ...
262
Member cities are using partnerships to help
fund their strategy initiatives
MEDELLIN – BUILD CHANGE
• The 100RC Strat...
272
Member cities are using city solutions offerings to
advance their strategy development
BERKELEY – RMS/MWH
• The city w...
28
Questions?
@100ResCities
#ResilientCities
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Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation 100 Resilient Cities - Saurabh Gaidhani, Program Manager, Asia-Pacific, Singapore, 100 RC

  1. 1. 1 Smart City Summit Surat, 25th November 2016 @100ResCities #ResilientCities
  2. 2. 2 Introduction to Urban Resilience
  3. 3. 3 1900 2007 2030 2050 1.4 million new people are moving into cities every week. People are drawn to cities as centres of economic activity, social connection, opportunity, and innovation. 10% 90% 50% 50% 60% 40% 70% 30%
  4. 4. 4 Abandoned Steel Mill in Pittsburgh, USA A city’s ability to maintain essential functions is threatened by both acute shocks and chronic stresses. Flooding in Mandalay, Myanmar
  5. 5. 5 Austerity riots in Athens, Greece Sudden shocks or accumulating stresses can lead to social breakdown, physical collapse, or economic decline.
  6. 6. 6 What are chronic stresses?What are acute shocks?
  7. 7. 7 Earthquake Wildfires Flooding Sandstorms Extreme cold Hazardous materials accident Severe storms and extreme rainfall Terrorism Disease outbreak Riot/civil unrest Infrastructure or building failure Heat wave What are acute shocks?
  8. 8. 8 Earthquake Wildfires Flooding Sandstorms Extreme cold Hazardous materials accident Severe storms and extreme rainfall Terrorism Disease outbreak Riot/civil unrest Infrastructure or building failure Heat wave What are acute shocks? Water Scarcity Lack of affordable housing Poor air quality High unemployment Homelessness Changing demographics Lack of social cohesion Poverty/inequity Aging Infrastructure Shifting macroeconomic trends Crime & violence What are chronic stresses?
  9. 9. 9 Shocks and stresses can bring opportunities for cities to evolve, and in some circumstances, transform. Shock or Stress
  10. 10. 10 URBAN RESILIENCE Is the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions, businesses, and systems within a city to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience. Milan, Italy
  11. 11. 11 The Future of Urban Resilience Amman, Jordan
  12. 12. 12 90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years 80% of the world’s data today is unstructured The Information Revolution Is Underway @100ResCities
  13. 13. 13 Cities have a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity to incorporate resilient design into infrastructure projects Half Of The Infrastructure Cities Will Have By 2070 Hasn’t Been Built Yet Shanghai, China
  14. 14. 14 Inequity And Social Cohesion Will Define The Resilience Agenda City resilience strategies must focus on ways to fully include vulnerable populations Mumbai, India
  15. 15. 15 Introduction to 100RC Singapore
  16. 16. 16 100RC partners with cities around the world to help them become more resilient to the social, economic and physical challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.
  17. 17. 17 100RC AIMS TO SOLVE TWO PROBLEMS: 1. Cities are complex, siloed ecosystems 2. Existing solutions do not scale or reach cities efficiently
  18. 18. 18 1. Funding to hire a Chief Resilience Officer (CRO) 2. Support to Develop a City Resilience Strategy 4. Membership in the 100RC Network 3. A Platform of Services to support strategy implementation 100RC provides cities 4 types of support to address these problems TO HELP COMPLEX URBAN SYSTEMS ORGANIZE AND INTEGRATE AROUND RESILIENCE TO SCALE SOLUTIONS EFFICIENTLY
  19. 19. 19 Our Member Cities Following a highly competitive application process (1,000+ applications), 100RC selected a first group of cities in December 2013, announced the second in December 2014, and the third in May 2016
  20. 20. 20 Building Urban Resilience in India Mumbai, India
  21. 21. 21 Helping Surat to Understand & Address its Water Issues • 9 Member cities,+28 Resilience practitioners & 30 water experts convened in Rotterdam to share innovation, planning & implementation efforts. • CRO’s used Rotterdam as a living laboratory to experience how the Dutch live with water & key innovation such as Floating structures, Sponge zones, etc. ROTTERDAM EXCHANGE Water Management
  22. 22. 22 Innovative Stakeholder Engagement Process ASSET & RISKS TOOLS Resilient Surat/TARU • The objective of asset and risk analysis is to capture the challenges and scenarios of Surat city • Strategy partner TARU developed a mobile application for conducting the assets and risks scanning exercise. Questions for these exercises were adapted from Assets and Risks Tool developed by 100RC.
  23. 23. 23 Understanding Urban Flood Management SUMMIT ON URBAN FLOODING, Chennai • 100RC & the Greater Chennai Corporation partnered to host “Summit on Urban Flooding.” • The Event brought together a diversity of stakeholders, including water & flooding experts, ecologists, engineers, hydrologists, urban planners, experts & local authorities to provide evidence-based resilience solutions & learnings from international/local best practices on urban flood management.
  24. 24. 24 Global Innovation Mumbai, India
  25. 25. 25 • This innovative partnership will allow cities to know what is at risk, how it needs to improve, who will fix it, and where the funds will come from, all which allows them to rebound more quickly. The Market is Better Understanding and Responding to City Resilience Needs • Cities need financial plans in place to protect critical assets against shocks before they occur. • Partners Swiss Re and Veolia are piloting their work together in New Orleans NEW ORLEANS – SWISS RE/VEOLIA
  26. 26. 262 Member cities are using partnerships to help fund their strategy initiatives MEDELLIN – BUILD CHANGE • The 100RC Strategy Process highlighted the need for solutions to the vulnerability of informal housing units on the slopes in Comuna. • Medellin partnered with Build Change to design an initiative to train informal builders on safety codes and affordable choices to help prevent . • Building on the CRO’s expertise, Build Change partnered to co-write an application to access global funding for this initiative, featured in the Resilience Strategy.
  27. 27. 272 Member cities are using city solutions offerings to advance their strategy development BERKELEY – RMS/MWH • The city wanted to better understand how to ensure buildings that will be used as shelters will still be useful after an earthquake. • An analysis by RMS demonstrated that it is significantly more cost-effective to invest in seismic upgrades than it is to rebuild or repair structures after an earthquake. • The CRO was able to take the results of the study, which provided a quantitative analysis of costs of upgrades of the structures, to council and argue for funding to make these upgrades and push the project forward. • MWH helped the city better model and understand its stormwater management challenges and prioritize multi-benefit interventions, such as green infrastructure.
  28. 28. 28 Questions?
  29. 29. @100ResCities #ResilientCities

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