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City Resilience Index presented at the Resilience Shift tools workshop

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City Resilience Index presented at the Resilience Shift tools workshop

  1. 1. CITY RESILIENCE INDEX Sachin Bhoite Arup
  2. 2. Cities rely on a complex web of institutions, infrastructure and information
  3. 3. RESEARCH Surat Cape Town Semerang New Orleans Concepción Cali Hong Kong Dubai Liverpool Madrid New York Melbourne Sao Paulo Primary research cities Arup offices that consulted with their cities Bangkok Pilot Shimla Arusha Case study cities Seattle Detroit Quito Lima Rio de Janeiro Brazzaville Dar es Salaam Kampala Doha Chengdu Ho Chi Minh City • 3 years • Learning from 28 cities • Over 300 people contributing including Arup staff, local partners, city stakeholders • 45 frameworks and 168 sources of literature reviewed
  4. 4. RESEARCH 27 Cities; 150 Sources of Literature Although profile of shocks and stresses was very different… 1500+ factors
  5. 5. RESEARCH 27 Cities; 150 Sources of Literature Similar themes emerged across cities 1500+ factors
  6. 6. People: the health and well- being of everyone living and working in the city. HEALTH & WELLBEING Organisation: the systems within the society and economy that enable urban populations to live peacefully and act collectively. ECONOMY & SOCIETY Place: the quality of physical infrastructure and ecosystems that protect, provide and connect us. INFRASTRUCTURE & ENVIRONMENT Knowledge: appropriate leadership and strategy, enabling the city to learn from the past and take timely action. LEADERSHIP & STRATEGY People Organisation Knowledge Place CITY RESILIENCE INDEX H O W A N D W H A T T O M E A S U R E
  7. 7. BASIS OF MEASUREMENT 156 variables measure the extent to which the resilience indicators occur in a city. 2-5 questions help observe the performance of an indicator through two types of response: qualitative and quantitative. These two perspectives provide a judgement-based assessment against a best case – worst case scenario … … and a performance-based assessment against a global benchmark. 4 Dimensions 12 Goals 52 Indicators 156 Qualitative Questions 156 Quantitative Metrics 156 Variables
  8. 8. APPLICATION: COMMUNICATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING
  9. 9. Child-centred Urban Resilience • Applying resilience concepts to particular communities APPLICATION: ADAPTING
  10. 10. City Water Index APPLICATION: ADAPTING
  11. 11. APPLICATION: LOCALISING TO CONTEXT VUDA resilience tool • Adapting global metrics in CRI to Vietnam- specific standards and data conventions Dimensions and goals no change Indicators and questions review for relevance based on local context, including shocks and stresses
  12. 12. APPLICATION: TOOLS & PROCESSES Mapping Tools (excel based) Workshop design
  13. 13. City Economics Health department Legal advisor City employment agency Central government Civil protection agency VALUE Feedback from first users: • Informs / supports integrated planning and investment decisions • Communicates knowledge about resilience concepts and actions • Enables monitoring / measurement • Builds credibility • Empowers stakeholder engagement
  14. 14. IMPACT CRI Research and Pilot cities Cities using the CRI
  15. 15. PITCH Multi-systems- Technical systems and soft systems and urban processes Current Indicators for individual systems is basic – goldilocks Future Augmented with sector focus and inter-dependence A city is a work in progress

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