Innovation Observatory for Sustainable Cities (IOSC)

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Publié: 08 novembre 2021
Dernière modification: 08 novembre 2021
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Summary

The Innovation Observatory for Sustainable Cities (Observatório de Inovação para Cidades Sustentáveis, in Portuguese) is an initiative within the scope of CITinova, a multilateral project carried out by the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (MCTI), with support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and implementation of the United Nations Environment Program (UN Environment). It acts as a collaborative platform for mapping and disseminating innovative urban solutions contextualized to the Brazilian national territory through city-regions typologies.

 

The objective is to connect public managers, civil society, companies, entrepreneurs and universities in favour of the urban agenda, creating alternatives for the transition of cities, especially the Brazilian ones, towards sustainability. To this end, this Observatory prepared a bank of solutions for sustainable cities, a map of typologies and a bank of co-creators (solution providers).

Classifications

Region
Amérique du Sud
Scale of implementation
Intranational
Local
Mondial
Multinational
National
Ecosystem
Area-wide development
Buildings and facilities
Connective infrastructure, networks and corridors
Espaces verts (parcs, jardins, forêt urbaine)
Toits verts / murs verts
Zone humide urbain
Écosystème urbain
Theme
Adaptation au changement climatique
Aménagement urbain
Atténuation du changement climatique
Cadre juridique et politique
Connectivité / conservation transfrontières
Distribution d'eau et gestion des ressources en eau
Entretien des infrastructures
Financement durable
Gestion des bassins versants
Gestion des déchets
Gestion des inondations et des incendies
Gestion des terres
L'intégration du genre
Moyens d'existence durables
Paix et sécurité humaine
Planification spatiale terrestre
Pollution
Réduction des risques de catastrophes
Santé et bien-être humain
Tourisme
Traitment des eaux usées
Transport
Villes et infrastructures
Énergies renouvelables
Urban and Disaster Risk Management
City management, governance and finance
Resilience and disaster risk management
Sustainable urban infrastructure and services
Territorial and spatial development
Urban poverty and housing
Challenges
Désertification
Sécheresse
Précipitations erratiques
Chaleurs extrêmes
Inondations
Hausse des températures
Dégradation des terres et des forêts
Perte de biodiversité
Utilisations conflictuelles / impacts cumulatifs
Érosion
Perte de l'écosystème
Gestion inefficace des ressources financières
Développement d’infrastructure
Manque de capacités techniques
Manque de sensibilisation du public et des décideurs
Mauvaise surveillance et application de la loi
Manque d'infrastructures
Mauvaise gouvernance et participation
Manque de sécurité alimentaire
Chômage / pauvreté
Sustainable development goals
ODD 1 - Pas de pauvreté
ODD 2 - Faim "zéro"
ODD 3 - Bonne santé et bien-être
ODD 4 - Éducation de qualité
ODD 5 - Égalité entre les sexes
ODD 6 - Eau propre et assainissement
ODD 7 - Énergie propre et d'un coût abordable
ODD 8 - Travail décent er croissance économique
ODD 9 - Industrie, innovation et infrastructure
ODD 10 - Inégalités réduites
ODD 11 - Villes et communautés durables
ODD 12 - Consommation et production responsables
ODD 13 - Mesures relatives à la lutte contre les changements climatiques
ODD 14 - Vie aquatique
ODD 15 - Vie terrestre
ODD 16 - Paix, justice et institutions efficaces
ODD 17 - Partenariats pour la réalisation des objectifs
Business engagement approach
Engagement direct avec une entreprise
Engagement direct avec des associations

Emplacement

Edifício Parque Cidade Corporate, SCS Qd. 9, Lt. C, Brasília, Federal District 70719, Brazil

Impacts

Solutions are divided into six different themes: low carbon mobility and access to the city; renewable, decentralized and efficient energy; low carbon and social interest built environment; solid waste and efficient treatment; water and sanitation; and nature-based solutions.

 

As the Observatory's objective is to connect public managers established in Brazilian municipalities with solutions engaged in responding to local socio-environmental challenges, the local governments can benefit, when having access to a bank of solutions, from finding different arrangements and possibilities to address previously identified issues, in addition to learning about successful experiences in similar geographical and socio-economic contexts. It is even possible to establish contact with those responsible for the execution and implementation of solutions.

 

In this sense, as it is characterized as a facilitating tool for decision making, the Observatory brings as economic benefits the reduction of costs of implementing the necessary actions to minimize the effects of negative environmental impacts. Regarding social and environmental benefits, we can consider them as intrinsic to the solutions and cases present on the platform.

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