"Looking into the future, we will uphold our vision and mission to promote Smart City development in Hong Kong. We will support the development of Hong Kong's knowledge-based economy, and enhance quality of life by increasing global cooperation on the building of Smart Cities as we develop Hong Kong as the world's leading Smart City. I wish everyone will support us actively, let us unite to build a smarter and better Hong Kong!" said Eric Yeung Chuen-sing
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
Outcome 1: Improved quality of life and development-driven resilience for all
Outcome 2: Provide a resilient, liveable, sustainable urban environment – underpinned by
infrastructure supportive of a low-carbon economy
Outcome 3: An inclusive, job-intensive, resilient and competitive economy
Outcome 4: A leading metropolitan government that pro-actively contributes to and builds a
sustainable, socially inclusive, locally integrated and globally competitive GCR
1.New York City's greenhouse gas emissions will be 80 percent lower by 2050 than in 2005.
2.New York City will send zero waste to landfills by 2030.
3. New York City will have the best air quality among all large U.S. cities by 2030.
4. New York City will clean up contaminated land to address disproportionately high exposures in low-income communities and convert land to safe and beneficial use.
5. New York City will mitigate neighborhood flooding and offer high-quality water services.
Developer and Engineers who are able to build the city of tomorrow
Mayor Bill de Blasio said "Climate change represents one of the greatest challenges to our city, which is why we've committed to an 80 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. "To move us toward our goals, we'll need the city's brightest minds and ideas, which is why Urban Tech NYC is so important. By providing our most talented visionaries with the space and resources they need to grow, we're acting on our commitments to entrepreneurs, to innovation, and to a smarter and more equitable New York."
"communication between person and person, people and agencies, and
citizens and municipal spaces, with human beings always taking the central
position in everything. … [That vision is] characterized by its unprecedented
level of sharing.” Mayor Park Won-soon
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