Water-sensitive transformation of urban spaces
The PolyUrbWaters project aims to provide innovative and transferable instruments that support a water-sensitive, sustainable and climate-resilient transformation of cities in Southeast Asia and a localisation of the 2030 Agenda. The practice-oriented instruments are developed in concrete contexts of representative partner cities and aim to ensure effective water-related municipal services of general interest for all citizens, to counteract the increasing pressure on urban water resources and to mitigate threats exacerbated by climate change. Polycentric approaches to water-sensitive infrastructure development and to urban water resource management cover the dimensions of urban planning, technological solutions, financing and co-productive governance structures at the municipal or city level. BORDA e.V. is in charge of the project.