Sustainable, Inclusive and Climate-Resilient Cities
About the programme
The capacity development programme Sustainable, Inclusive and Climate-Resilient Cities at Lund University focuses on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 11 – Sustainable cities and communities – of Agenda 2030.
The aim of the programme is to strengthen the capacity of civil servants working in municipalities or regional administration to create sustainable, inclusive and climate-resilient cities. The programme combines knowledge of the effects of climate change on the urban environment, the value of green spaces for recreation, food production and climate adaptation.
The programme consists of four modules: an online course with independent tasks and studies, a two-week module in Lund, Sweden, a module in the participants' home countries where they work on their change projects, and a concluding online conference with the purpose of disseminating the results from the change projects.
The programme is developed and hosted by the Centre for Environmental and Climate Research at Lund University (CEC) and the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI), in cooperation with Lund University Commissioned Education (LUCE).
The participants and the change projects
The participants come from Indonesia, Turkey and Zimbabwe. During the programme, they have all planned, coordinated, developed and launched an innovative change project. The purpose of the projects is to increase the possibilities for discussion around urban sustainability challenges in relation to climate in a concrete way, thereby deepening the learning experience.
- Read the final project report from the team in Indonesia (PDF 601 kB, new window)
- Read the final project report from the team in Turkey (PDF 587 kB, new window)
- Read the final project report from the team in Zimbabwe (PDF 4.1 MB, new window)