The effectiveness of handling climate change issues and urban resilience cannot be separated from few key aspects: the accuracy of development planning at the city level, handling the affected sectors and providing benefits to other sectors (co-benefits), targeting vulnerable groups and risky locations, measurable actions, and finally the availability of sustainable financial support. Although climate change issues are  currently becoming sector priorities in the 2020-2024 RPJMN (Mid-term National Development Planning document), it is still necessary to ensure that these issues are well mainstreamed in various sectors and targets.

In relation to the above, one of the CRIC Project objectives is to support the 10 pilot cities to integrate climate strategies from the RPJMN and mainstream specific city’s climate priorities into the RPJMD (Mid-Term City Development Plan). One way to identify city’s climate priorities is through development of local Climate Action Plan (CAP). A CAP should provide evidenced-based measure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and preventive measures to address the potential climate impact in city development. CAP shall be developed by applying top-down (scientific) and bottom-up (participatory) approaches. Through facilitation from the CRIC Project in developing CAP to the 10 pilot cities, will contribute to the achievement of Indonesia NDCs as part of the global commitment of Paris Agreement.

The technical assistance will be delivered by CRIC in partnership with the national expert, covers a wide range of support including training, workshops, peer-to-peer collaboration, etc.

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