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Rotterdam exchange: water management and multi-benefit solutions handbook

Source(s):  100 Resilient Cities (100RC)

This handbook highlights the learnings from a three-day exchange of Chief Resilience Officers from eight countries, and features tactical solutions and tools from both participating 100 Resilient Cities member cities and Platform partners. It contains replicable innovations to inspire practitioners around the world in building resilience and confronting water management challenges in cities, shared tactical approaches and tools, market needs for resilience-building tools, and an extensive background material in order to facilitate reader's independent connections and follows up.

In October 2015, the Chief Resilience Officers (CROs) and resilience team members of Bangkok (Thailand), Berkeley (USA), Mexico City (Mexico), New Orleans (USA), Norfolk (USA), Rome (Italy), Rotterdam (Netherlands), Surat (India), and Vejle (Denmark) convened in Rotterdam to share lessons learned and innovative approaches to water management, identify opportunities for collaboration, and learn from the living laboratory that is Rotterdam.



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  • Rotterdam exchange: water management and multi-benefit solutions handbook
  • Publication date 2016
  • Number of pages 60 p.

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