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Learnings from Durban: A Business Case for Riverine Management
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.
https://www.c40cff.org/news-and-events/learnings-from-durban-webinar-series

You can read more about the CFF’s involvement in Durban on the CFF Website
https://www.c40cff.org/projects/ethekwini-municipality-durban-transformative-riverine-management-programme

Feb 26, 2021 10:00 AM in Johannesburg

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