Nashik Sustainable Urban Habitat Action Plan

This project has now been concluded.

 

Background

As part of GIZ Indo-German Environment Partnership (IGEP), Nashik Municipal Corporation is in the process of developing a city specific Sustainable Urban Habitat Action Plan (SUHAP), in line with Government of India’s National Mission on Sustainable Habitat (NMSH). GIZ-IGEP and ICLEI South Asia will be providing technical assistance to Nashik Municipal Corporation and other relevant departments for the preparation of SUHAP, which will address both issues of mitigation and adaptation.

The key activities involve identification and formation of a core team at the state and city level, preparation of baseline GHG emissions inventory, climate impacts and vulnerability assessments, identification and development of mitigation and adaptation actions and capacity building for the identified institutions to replicate the entire process. In the preliminary phase, a status report will be prepared for all the relevant sectors and will include an energy baseline and a Green House Gas (GHG) inventorisation along with vulnerability assessment for Nashik city. The data will be analysed and a sustainable urban habitat action plan (SUHAP) having integrated strategies for adaptation and mitigations will be provided.

Indian cities involved:
Nashik, Maharashtra.

Partners:
Nashik Municipal Corporation, ICLEI South Asia, Maharashtra Environmental Engineering Training and Research Academy (MEETRA).

Funders:
GIZ – IGEP (Indo-German Environment Partnership)

Duration:
December 2012 – November 2014

Activities

 
 
 
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