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An Overview of Surbana Jurang Resilience Development

admin - Feb 24, 2019 08:01:59 pm 47 Views Location - RDI Office (Bandung, Indonesia)

City resiliency is the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions, business, and system within a city to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience (Rockfeller Foundation)

Market Insight
We see increasing movement in citites to work together and invest to become more resilient to physical (buildings and infrastucture), social, and economic challenges with global capital investment on resiliency/climate change adaptation ~$100 B/year (sources : WB, UN).Types of Resilience :

    1. Physical : The ability of something to return to its original shape after it has been pulled
    2. Ecological system : The amount of disturbance that an ecosystem can withstand without changing self-organized processes and structures
    3. Community : The ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens
    4. Emotional : The ability to recover from or adjust easily to musfortune or change
    5. Business : Te ability an organization has to quickly adapt to disruptions while maintaining continuous business operations
    6. Economic : Ability of economy to cope, recover, and reconstruct and therefore to minimizae aggregate consumption losses.
With sustainability movement, a rich level of more sustainaility from traditional become to the integrated value proposition one.

From (Traditional):
  • - Vulnerability assessments
  • - Glood management, water scarcity
  • - Green building
  • - Urban planning
  • - Emergency response
  • - Individual projects

  • To (integrated Value Proposition)
  • - Resiliencey strategies
  • - Socio-technical urban water management
  • - Climate and earthquake resilient structures/li>
  • - Water sensitive cities
  • - Business continuity
  • - Connecting project between citites

  • Urban GIS capability
    Asset Database
    - Plot/Kavling Information
    - Tenant/Customer Information Land Use Planning
    - Decide what is the best use for your land Asset Management
    - Optimize your asset management team and avoid redudancy


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