Tool for cities to access guidance on open data for resilience
To meet the vision, ambition and needs of Making Cities Resilient 2030, we have created an upgraded digital resource to help you in your city resilience journey.
The Open Data Infrastructure for City Resilience Navigator is a database-driven roadmap, showcase and guide that features over 25 examples of cities and projects from around the world that are innovating with open data to manage their disaster risk and build their resilience. Produced by the original partners, it features 12 new inspiring case studies from pioneers in urban data for resilience.
We have developed Open Data Infrastructure for City Resilience to help you :
Prioritise your investment in data infrastructure
to make progress against the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) and the Global Adaptation Goal of the Paris Climate Agreement
Prioritise open data within your wider data strategies
for resilient sustainable urban development.
Give you better knowledge of how to use effective public engagement and risk communication
in conjunction with open data modelling, analytics and open data driven applications.
Provide you with practical guidance / inspiration on developing their infrastructure and innovation ecosystem
through use cases framed by the 10 Essentials for Making Cities Resilient Framework.
Contact us about this project
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