Urban Resilience in Latin America: A brief guide for city policymakers
Urban resilience has become a popular catch-all buzzword for a wide variety of policy ideas. The flexibility of the term can both be useful and confusing, especially for local policymakers who need to decide how to implement resilience strategies. This policy brief offers local authorities in Latin America a clearer picture of how to get started in using urban resilience as a framework for urban planning policies. Recommendations include developing local data, engaging the right stakeholders (including those who might resist change), intervening in cities with a strategic, long-term vision, and being open to continuous learning.
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