On February 26th, the CFF will host part II of Durban’s business case for a Transformative River Management Programme. During this webinar, we dive into further detail about the business case and explore the implementation pathways for a city-wide transformative riverine management programme in Durban.
The eThekwini Municipality (Durban) supported by the C40 City Finance Facility (CFF) is developing a business case for a Transformative River Management Programme (TRMP). The TRMP aims to adapt the 7 400 km of streams and rivers in the city to flooding and other climate-related hazards that are anticipated from climate change. The business case, underpinned by cost-benefit analyses, w details the avoided damage and benefits that ensue from investing in riverine management. The business case elaborates on the multiple socio-economic benefits from adopting a city-wide TRMP.
If you missed the webinar on the key findings of the business case (held on 4th Feb), please follow the link for more information.
You can read more about the CFF’s involvement in Durban on the CFF Website