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Adaptation

Built environment

Cities and towns

Climate Change/Resilience

Development

Economics

Employment

Energy

Governance

Housing

Human settlements

IUDF

Land

Livelihoods

Municipalities

Policy

Population

Rural

Service delivery

South Africa

Urban

Urban and Regional Dynamics

City growth, population movement and climate change

Implications for the Integrated Urban Development Framework

The NDP envisages a South Africa that by 2030 should experience meaningful and measurable progress in reviving rural areas and in creating more functionally integrated, balanced and vibrant urban settlements. South Africa’s future will be closely intertwined with the future of those cities and towns.

This presentation puts this in focus along with:

  • Major regional dynamics, and pressures as well as highly mobile new types of households.
  • Changing shapes, faces, pressures and capabilities of the cities and towns.
  • Issues that are place specific, but beyond scope and impact of local government.
  • They have to be addressed as a collective concern - which requires substantial leadership and direction from the IUDF.


Abstract based directly on the original source.

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