Discover our project partners and meet with Indonesian mayors in their Climate Efforts. CRIC stands for Climate Resilient and Inclusive Cities. The project is co-funded by the EU.
Watch the launching event and meet with the Indonesian mayors and cities' representatives sharing their efforts to develop climate resilient and inclusive cities.
Join our Evening and Networking Debate on March 27th at 18:30 in Brussels...with Cristina Gallach, Former U.N. Undersecretary General and Equal Opportunities Advisor - Council of the European Union, Jennifer Vasta, Owner of Foundation PIKA on Education, Gauri Khandekar V.U.B. and Global Relations Forum, Marie Cécile Naves Academic Expert...
"Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order" is the project's aim and title of the latest publication of an international research team piloted by Elise Féron Tampere Peace Research Institute (and Board member of Pilot4dev). In a changing global environment, find out more about the changes of regional movements, in relation with a quickly evolving international order...
With an urban growth averaging 4,4% annually, Indonesia experiences the highest rate of urbanization in Asia (higher than in India and China). It is predicted that 68% of the population will live in cities in the next decade.
Although Tanzania has been considered as a model of performance in the fiscal arena, the country is at a crossroad of its strategic macro-economic development. The needs remain important in terms of public expenditure, health facilities, water and sanitation, education and poverty alleviation programs. The country has enough assets and resources to become a leader on sustainability and stability in the region. The human resources and skills’ potentials are tremendous. As many of its neighbours, Tanzania is also facing challenges related to governance, implementation of the tax system, fairness in tax harmonization, poverty alleviation, infrastructure, agricultural modernization, access to facilities in remote areas, and job opportunities for the youth.
As many other islands, Guadeloupe is a small island territory located in the intertropical zone. This situation makes it particularly vulnerable to various threats induced by climate change, such as the risks associated with accelerated coastal erosion (sea level rise, increased cyclone intensity). Moreover, 31 of the 32 towns of Guadeloupe are located on the littoral and are vulnerable to climate change.
Climate Change and Cities is a susbtancial book/report, recently published by the University Climate Change Research Network at the Cambridge University Press (links: UK / USA). It has been recognized as innovative and impactful, with concrete opportunities for continued contribution to the field of urban planning and urban design. The confluence of research and operational application is providing a blueprint for how to convincingly configure sustainable and climate-resilient urban districts.
2018 - 2019 has been marked with many activities and partnerships' development on support to civil society, sustainability, climate adaptation and resilience of ecosystems, support to dialogue, justice and womens' rights.
Pilot4Dev celebrated its second General Assembly on March 28th in Brussels. This will be the opportunity to highlight our achievements. We developed partnerships in 8 countries and more regions, to support climate action, development, gender equality, but also civic rights and dialogue with civil society.
is an independent initiative that connects global stakeholders active in Pilot development initiatives in the areas of Climate, Cities, Governance, Conflicts/Stability, the Environment and more generally the implementation of SDGs including Gender Equality.
This project is co-funded by the European Union