Yerevan, Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Santiago, Beijing, Zagreb, Prague, Santo Domingo, Quito, Berlin, Tel Aviv, Calabria, Osaka, Mexico City, Asunción, Lima, Warsaw, Lisbon, Moscow, Barcelona, Bilbao, Cádiz, Guadix, Madrid, Oviedo, Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela, Seville, Vigo, Miami, Montevideo
The City set a global goal for 2030: to reduce GHG emissions by 30% compared with 2008 levels, in a business as usual scenario (BAU). By enhancing green spaces and planting trees and plants, the temperature of Buenos Aires is expected to fall by up to 6ºC by 2034. Green motorways and macro-blocks are also contemplated in the plan, the latter aiming for a 50% reduction in levels of noise pollution, and a 97% reduction in CO2 emissions.
Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri: “If you want to have a modern city you need to adapt and evolve. Every week cities receive hundreds of citizens that come to look for a job or new experiences or simply to have fun and they all demand quality services.”
by Smart City News on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 inCities
Republic of Singapore
3.000.000 - 10.000.000
Growth Forecast p.a.:
2% - 3%
The Helix, Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore Flyer, Fusionopolis, CapitaGreen,New IT infrastructure at One North, Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk, Office Realtime, Project Max10 for BHP Billiton, Thomson Line, Singapore
Singapore communicates that it intends to reduce its Emissions Intensity by 36% from 2005 levels by 2030, and stabilise its emissions with the aim of peaking around 2030.,, Singapore pledged to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by 16% below business-as-usual (BAU) levels in 2020
“The NDMC is going to become a ‘Smart City.’ I think, no city will become smart only by building good roads. It will become smart when people’s lives also become smart. We have to make their lives smart first,” said Kejriwal.
The target of Sydney is 50% renewable electricity by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2050, a target of a 70% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions across our local government area and in our own operations by 2030.
1. Reduce mains water consumption across the
LGA by 10% of 2006 levels by 2030 through water
2. Reduce mains water consumption in Council’s own
buildings and operations to 10% below 2006 levels
by 2030 through water efficiency and connection
of Council facilities to park-based or precinct-scale
recycled or alternative non-potable water supplies.
3. Replace 30% of mains water demand across the City
of Sydney local government area with recycled or
alternative non-potable water generated from local
water resources by 2030
"We worked with residents, big and small businesses, other levels of government, the universities and cultural institutions. We brought in some of Sydney's - and the world's - most creative thinkers, and our own staff were fired with enthusiasm." Clover Moore Mayor of Sydney
"Tokyo must aim to be smart in terms of our environment and smart in terms of our economy. Technological advancement will play a paramount role in both regards. Tokyo must utilize the state of art technology in urban planning, energy policy, and economic reform, and Tokyo will aim for both environmental sustainability and economic sustainability. Leveraging the latest technology we need to back this up with the real policy and real budget. Implementation and support for eco-housing, small housing, and utlilization of renewable energy will be important policy considerations environmentally. I have also been a strong advocate for the undergrounding of the overhead cables such as telecommunication and power lines.This is not only meaningful for the resilience for the city, but is also important to regain aesthetics. For me, this is an important part of helping to make Tokyo look smart." Mayor of Tokyo,Yuriko Koike
"We are obliged to fulfil our word in front of the world that we will create an amazing future connecting the minds of all nationalities, as we realise that the eyes of the entire world are looking to Dubai to know what we are going to do in years to come." Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality
by Smart City News on Thursday, August 18, 2016 inCities
300.000 - 600.000
Growth Forecast p.a.:
1% - 2%
Residents Club and City Card, Public Participation, Mobile - Digi-Tel App, WiFi, Pupils' Engagement, Engaging Community Centers, Social Media, Open Data, Open Archive, iView (GIS), Online Municipal Services, Eco, Community and Entrepreneurship, Traffic and Parking, Readiness, Startup City, Smart Food Policies, Fair Shared City,Educating a Smart City
Almaty, Beijing, Incheon, İzmir, Barcelona, Milan, Thessaloniki, Chișinău, Moldova, Chișinău Łódź, Moscow, Sofia, Warsaw, Frankfurt, Toulouse, New York City, Philadelphia, Panama City, Buenos Aires, São Paulo
Energy efficiency - 17% reduction in electricity consumption relative to BAU scenario in 2030, Renewable energy – 17% of the electricity generated in 2030 will be from renewable sources, Public transport – 20% shift from private to public transportation
Tel Aviv-Yafo is known as Israel's "Nonstop City".
The vibrant atmosphere never stops; the nightlife and
culinary scene never stop; culture never stops; 24 hours
a day, Tel Aviv is an active metropolis, bursting with
energy and creativity.
a city, the challenges never stop either. In
recent years, the Municipality has created many smart
practices to deal with such challenges: from sanitation
to education, data management to culture management.
Tel Aviv-Yafo's goal is to constantly be a smarter city -
or more simply,
a better city. In the booklet you are
holding you will find
a few examples of
a wide range
of such practices.
Looking forward to hosting you soon in our Smart and
Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo
”Every day we strive to make Copenhagen a better city to live in and at the same time we create more jobs for the Copenhageners. We do that by – among other things – using new technological solutions so that it is easier to be both a citizen and a company in Copenhagen. It is a great recognition of our city that international experts find that we are in the lead, when it comes to creating a smart city,” Lord Mayor Frank Jensen