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100 Resilient Cities project reveals 35 new urban strongholds

Posted on: 3 December 2014
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After assessing entries from 94 countries, the Rockefeller Foundation-funded programme will confirm its second batch of 35 resilient cities on 3 December 2014. Selected from applicants spanning 94 countries, the chosen 35 cities will be those that have, in line with the ambitions of this Rockefeller Foundation-funded initiative, “demonstrated a dedicated commitment to building their own capacities to prepare for, withstand and bounce back rapidly from shocks and stresses”. These “shocks and stresses” may vary widely between the chosen cities, ranging from natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods to long-term challenges such as social cohesion, access to healthcare, levels of violence and the free movement of people and goods for economic prosperity. A video of the announcement can be viewed online.

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