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“Pilot projects are needed to take GCTA forward and demonstrate change ” – MARE-Asia Cities say

Successful delivery of MARE-Asia project The “Green Cities Round Table”, the event that marked the conclusion of the Capacity Development Technical Assistance on Green City Action Planning (CDTA-GCAP) as well as delivery of “MARE-Asia: Indonesia Project” that supported CDTA-GCAP was held in Surabaya – the Surabaya, the Cleanest & Greenest City In Indonesia. The two [...]

By | June 2nd, 2016|Indonesia, Kendari|0 Comments

Reports of MARE-Asia:Indonesia Project

This page contains download links for the reports of the mare-asia:Indonesia project. There are a number of articles reporting events of this project as well. Batam modelling stormwater Report Kendari land-use change Tidal Powerplant in Bay of Kendari

By | September 1st, 2016|Indonesia, Uncategorized|0 Comments

‘AltWater’ Public Seminar with Stakeholders

Maputo, Mozambique, 22 July 2016; Following the inception meeting of the AltWater project, the project partners organized a half day public seminar where a number of important stakeholders of the city attended. A number of presentations summarizing the project context, activities and problems it is addressing, was made by UNESCO-IHE and partners: Doing more with [...]

By | July 23rd, 2016|AltWater, Indonesia, Mozambique|0 Comments

‘AltWater’ project inception workshop completed successfully, Public Seminar to Follow

Maputo, Mozambique, 21 July 2016 UNESCO-IHE together with Maputo Water Company – Aguas da Regiao de Maputo (AdeM) organized the inception workshop of the project “Enabling the assessment of alternative water supply systems to promote urban water security in the Global South” (AltWater). Some thirty representatives from the partners from the project cities of Maputo, [...]

By | July 21st, 2016|AltWater, Indonesia, Mozambique|0 Comments

Batam Alliance to enrich plans & break stalemate towards implementation

Batam is one of Indonesia’s wonder boys. Following development planning, its staggering numbers include a GDP growth averaging 10% over the last decade and a population growth from 6000 in 1973, to 150.000 in 2000, to 1.300.000 in 2014. Now, Batam’s further development needs to overcome multiple legal and institutional barriers. ¨The Batam Learning & [...]

By | November 4th, 2014|Indonesia, Uncategorized|0 Comments

MARE Asia receives broad media coverage in Kendari, South East Sulawesi Province, Indonesia

All major news outlets of Kendari and South East Sulawesi Province gave ample coverage of MARE Asia. The Learning & Action Alliance (LAA) meeting was a huge success, and a stepping-stone to accelerate city-to-city learning in Indonesia and Asia. ¨Kendari can be an example for green cities in Asia¨ headlined the printed and online newspapers [...]

By | October 23rd, 2014|Indonesia, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Students ¨Aspire to apply international examples in Kendari¨

In the framework of MARE Asia, Prof. Chris Zevenbergen and Dr. Riyanti Djalanta gave public lectures at Universitas Muhammadiyah Kendari. Over 150 students attended, as well as Faculty and PhD candidates, on their free Saturday. Prof. Zevenbergen presented a wealth of international examples from the Netherlands, South Korea, Japan and Australia. He related these to the MARE [...]

By | October 22nd, 2014|events, Indonesia, Kendari, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Headline: “Kendari to be [a] first [green city] in Asia”

By | October 22nd, 2014|Indonesia, Kendari|0 Comments

Kendari to be an Example for Green Cities in Asia

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, KENDARI - Prof. Chris Sevenbergen representing of UNESCO-IHE institute for water education in Delft, Netherlands, said, "Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi (Sultra), will be a good of  green cities in Asia".  Prof. Zevenbergen stated this at a Workshop on "Learning and Action Alliance", a program of technical assistance, hosted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), UNESCO-IHE and Government organizations took [...]

By | October 21st, 2014|Indonesia, Kendari|0 Comments

“Golden opportunity” for Kendari

Kendari (Indonesia) is growing rapidly from 300.000 to a foreseen 700.000 inhabitants in 20 years. It has a golden opportunity to do this sustainably and inclusively to create a green and liveable city¨, according to Mayor Asrun and prof. Chris Zevenbergen. Under the Asian Development Bank Green Cities programme, UNESCO-IHE is supporting Kendari through the ‘MARE [...]

By | October 20th, 2014|events, Indonesia, Kendari, Uncategorized|0 Comments