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The metro manila green print vision 2030 (dec 2012)

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  • METRO MANILA FOR ALL (not only for the rich, the poor, the middle class BUT FOR ALL)GREEN (a livable, clean orderly city that cares for the environment and generations to come), CONNECTED (seamless access within and amongst cities and neighboring emerging urbanized provinces AS WELL AS connected to the world), AND RESILIENT (adaptive and pro-actively addressing the ill effects of climate change, disasters and natural calamities)PROCESSING KNOWLEDGE AND DELIVERING SERVICES TO THE WORLD (we are a country that serves the needs of the global market) WHERE TALENT AND OPPORTUNITY FLOURISH (we have jobs for everybody that cut across sectors, and we strive to uplift our people to the best of their potentials, upgrading their lives along the way)
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    • 1. WHERE IT ALL BEGANMetro Manila Urban RenewalCouncil Resolution (13 Feb 2011) MMC Resolution No. 11-09, s. 2011 directing the Metro Manila Council Committee on Urban Development & Renewal/ Land Use Planning and Zoning, led by Hon. Mayor Sherwin Gatchalian, to convene and conceptualize/craft an urban renewal program for Metro Manila.
    • 2. PHASE I Stakeholder Engagements• Greenprint 2030 Launch Event• Technical Workshops: International good practices on metropolitan planning and management• Two seminars for Metro Manila LGU planners on Mexico and Brazil• metropolitan planning experiences• Visioning WorkshopGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 3. The Vision for Metro Manila by 2030 • Outlines a core set of opportunities • Developed by international experts with consultation from National Government Agencies, Local Government Units, and Civil Society OrganizationsGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 4. PHASE I Stakeholder One-on-One EngagementsGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 5. PHASE I Stakeholder Speaking Engagements GMMA READY Project: Seminar-Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction Management & Climate Change AdaptationUrban Land Institute-Joint Steering City of Pasig-sponsored Non-MotorizedCommittee ULI Philippines and North Asia Transport Advocacy Forum Ateneo School of RESILIENCE Project:2nd Inter-LGU Session Government’s Inclusive Mobility Conference CHED’s Executive Dev’t Program for SUCs: Workshop on Revisiting & Enhancing the SUCs Strategic Plans DOST-FNRI: Regional Dissemination ForumGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 6. PHASE I The Vision Components Realizing the vision’s potential will require the coordinated investment and progress on all vision elements, which are divided in two sections: Economic Opportunities Green City-Building that Promotes Social Inclusivity, Livability & Reduced VulnerabilityGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 7. PHASE I Vision Achievement: Capitalizing on SynergyGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 8. The Vision Statement METRO MANILA FOR ALL GREEN, CONNECTED, AND RESILIENT PROCESSING KNOWLEDGE AND DELIVERING SERVICES TO THE WORLD WHERE TALENT AND OPPORTUNITY FLOURISHGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 9. PHASE I Deliverables • Presentations • Brochure • Website • Facebook • Vision Draft ReportGREENPRINT 2030:
    • 10. Moving forward to PHASE II Planning Next Steps • VISION SETS FRAME FOR IDENTIFICATION OF STRATEGIC PARAMETERS (“STARTER STRATEGY”) • PLANNING FOR & FORMULATION OF GREEN PRINT STRUCTURAL PLAN COMMENCES 1ST QUARTER 2013GREENPRINT 2030:
    • 11. OUR SEVEN VISION ELEMENTS…
    • 12. Economic/Livelihood Vision: Business and Knowledge Process Outsourcing To be a global center for knowledge process outsourcing, through continuous wide scale upgrading of human resources BPO / KPO Employment UP-Ayala TechnoHub Source: CNN Eye on the Philippines Source: Metro Manila DirectionsGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 13. Economic/Livelihood Vision: Attract Newly Rich-Regional Neighbors Make Metro Manila the destination of first choice for the newly emerging affluent citizens of East Asia for shopping, conventions & entertainment Tabu Bar, Makati SMX Conference Center Source: Manila Gateway Source: Manila Gateway Source: BVENTSGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 14. Economic/Livelihood Vision: Reclaiming High-Value Services Reclaim Metro Manila’s past role as a leading high-end services center in Asia in areas such as Higher Education, Medical Services / Tourism, and Creative Services Cutting Edge Digital Animation St. Luke’s Hospital, World Class Cardiology Practice @ Studio, Makati Fort Bonifacio St. Luke’s Source: Cutting Edge Studio Source: Greenprint Team Source: St. Luke’s HospitalGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 15. Economic/Livelihood Vision: Peri-Urbanization Livelihood Dramatically increasing livelihood opportunities in peri-urban Metro Manila by targeting public policy / investment support to globally competitive activities (former) Intel Factory, Cavite Export Processing Zone Toshiba Factory, Laguna Electronics Assembly Source: Sulit Real Estate Source: BBC News / Getty Images Source: Toshiba Information EquipmentGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 16. Green City Building Vision: Peri-Urbanization as Opportunity Address the very rapid population Urban and Peri-Urban Boundaries growth on the periphery (>3% p.a.) by increasing mobility and livelihood opportunities Philippines’ Peri-Urban Slum Upgrading Source: Cities Alliance Source: Greenprint TeamGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 17. Green City Building Vision: Green Large Scale City Building To trigger massive public-private investment that addresses the backlog of housing, mobility, and environmental infrastructure needs, creating a city building engine of economic growth & employment creation New Condo Construction View of Makati from the Pasig River Heavy Traffic on EDSA Source: Chamber of Real Estate Builders’ Association Inc Source: Park Terraces Makati Source: Business InquirerGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 18. Green City Building Vision : Green Large Scale City Building (cont.) Location of Major Residential,• Building on the strengths of Commercial & Retail Developments Metro Manila’s multi-centered structure Monumento North Triangle• Capitalizing on the current Cubao/Araneta Eastwood Manila spatial structure’s potential to Ortigas Makati be green and time saving by BGC enhancing connectivity among / MOA within urban centers• Bring people closer to jobs & services Alabang Source: Greenprint TeamGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 19. Green City Building Vision: Retrofitting Communities Dramatically upgrade housing & communities by: • Increasing densities outward from urban centers where appropriate, especially near rapid transit stations • With a bias towards in-situ redevelopment of low-income communities based on win-win land readjustment techniques proven elsewhere, which will preserve socio-economic diversity at the local level In-Situ Relocation, Nagoya, Japan Source: www.pvdatabase.orgGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 20. Green City Building Vision: Reducing Vulnerabilities Flood Hazard Map of Metro Manila Build and retrofit Metro Manila to reduce vulnerabilities associated with natural disasters, particularly flooding & earthquakes Aftermath of Typhoon Ondoy Source: Associated Press / Mike Alquinto Source: World BankGreenprint 2030 Vision Triggered Opportunities
    • 21. WE ARE SOON CLOSING OUR PHASE I, THEN MOVETO THE PHASE II STRUCTURAL PLANNING PROCESS.THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS AND PARTNERS!

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