URBAN SDG KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM

Seoul | South Korea

Geo-spatial Information Service (GIS)

Seoul launched the Geo-spatial Information Service project to help users with the analysis and the determination of the resources, such as land and capital, into the decision-making process.

The Makatizen Card: Unified Identification System

The Makatizen Card is a unified, multi-purpose government-issued citizen ID that consolidates financial and social benefits for over 500,000 Makati residents.

Makati City
Philippines

FEATURED CASE STUDIES

Malang City | Indonesia

Waste Bank in Malang City (Recyclable waste collection)

The initiative from Semarang City to upgrade their slum area to trigger new economic activities and improve the quality of life in the slum area.

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Iriga City | Philippines

Urban Governance Strategies in Addressing SGDs: Iriga City

The One village One Garden Project by Bandung City to create green open spaces for the public

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NEW CASE STUDIES

Empathy e-Guro Living Lab: Laboratory in Living Space that Will Change Our Lives

Guro-gu, Seoul Metropolitan Government l Korea, South

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Construction of Mangu History & Culture Park

Jungnang-gu, Seoul Metropolitan Government l Korea, South

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Seoul Rose Festival

Jungnang-gu, Seoul Metropolitan Government l Korea, South

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NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS

11,December,2019

Invitation to provide your inputs at Asia Urban Food Systems Study

The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Bank have initiated a collaborative study to understand challenges and opportunities of food systems in Asian cities. This study will (i) relate food system matters to the broader development aims and challenges of Asian cities, (ii) provide an overview of the status of urban food policy and programs in the region, (iii) draw attention to emerging examples of ‘good practice’, and (iv) outline an agenda for more proactive, inclusive, and integrated urban food policy and governance.One component of the work is the conduct of a multi-city survey covering perceptions of food system challenges and opportunities, municipal mandates, programs and institutional arrangements for addressing these challenges and opportunities, and patterns of stakeholder engagement. 100 to 150 cities/municipalities of various sizes are expected to participate in this survey.Please find the survey at the link bellow: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4836134/Asia-Urban-Food-Systems-StudyFor more information: please email Elyssa Ludher (eludher@worldbank.org) or Miriam Romero (miriam.romero@fao.org).

PUBLICATIONS

  • 2019 Integrated Sustainable Solutions for Smart Cities Capacity Building Workshop Report

  • RECIPRO:CITY ISSUE No.3 : THE ANNUAL PUBLICATION SUPPORTS LOCAL ACTION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE 2030 AGENDA

  • A Better World

  • Seoul Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030