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Sustainable and Resilient City: New ways and projects in Malmö on being resilience city
Sweden Architecture News - May 30, 2022 - 09:33 1100 views
In our fifth video, as part of our partnership with the ICLEI World Congress 2021 - 2022, the City of Malmö is promoting new ways and projects of being sustainable and resilient city.
Titled Sustainable and Resilient City, the 6-minute short video highlights how the city of Malmo has become a resilient city through social and physical infrastructure transformations, including a reliable energy system, public transport system, high levels of employment, well functioning schools, good social services are all key elements of the hard and social and soft infrastructure.
One of the six short films produced by the City of Malmö, the videos are released as part of the ICLEI World Congress 2021 - 2022, hosted by ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability and the City of Malmö, which was held on 11-13 May.
Each film focuses on a different theme, including Circular City, Climate Neutral Building, Equitable and Inclusive City, Low Emission Transport, and shows the efforts of Malmö to tackle with the global climate change.
Video produced by the City of Malmö, courtesy of ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
The short film, moderated by Trevor Graham, Sustainability Consultant at UrbanIsland, explores different projects and initiatives of Malmö with key elements of the city.
Exploring works in Malmö on resilience, it shows how the city is based on trust and high quality everyday service delivery as the basis from which to tackle challenges such as crime, creating more robust and vibrant communities or climate adaptation.
Caroline Tandefeldt, Unit Manager Environment Department, City of Malmö, Ludvig Haav, Architect & Developer Röda Oasen, are the guests who interview with Trevor Graham on their special projects and initiatives for the City of Malmö.
World Architecture Community is official media partner of the ICLEI World Congress 2021 - 2022. You can read the latest report on the congress.
Top image © Karl Hörnfeldt.