Bandung is implementing a pedestrianisation programme called “Panca Trotoar” to provide citizens with safer, cleaner, and more visually appealing walking environments. The “Panca Trotoar” aims to achieve these objectives by ensuring all sidewalks have a bench for resting, a stone ball to prevent traffic on sidewalk, a flower pot for decoration, a...
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Public Participation in Urban Planning is broadly acknowledged and there has been a shift in planning and decision-making by involving stakeholders, aimed at children and youth participation at the local level. UNICEF defines a Child Friendly City as a “local system of good governance committed to fulfilling children’s rights. It is a city where...
Co-benefits are the multiple benefits of actions that mitigate cli-mate change while addressing other development priorities. Many cities in Asia have potential to achieve co-benefits. Howev-er, urban policymakers often lack concrete demonstrations over which actions can maximize co-benefits. Since 2015, the Institute for Global Environmental...
CCAC MSWI - City to City Exchange Between Cebu City and Kitakyushu City
This report summarises proceedings of the five-day city exchange programme between Cebu and Kitakyushu during 15-20 November 2015 under the financial assistance of the CCAC MSWI and presents the key learning materials, discussions and findings.
CCAC MSWI Fact Sheet