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  1. The European Commission’s science and knowledge service Joint Research Centre
  2. Measuring the urban dimension of the SDGs in Europe Alice Siragusa & Pilar Vizcaino Martinez OECD Paris, 14th May 2019 Joint Research Centre – Territorial Development Unit
  3. Communities of Practice on Cities The Future of Cities Territorial modelling and indicators for Europe and Africa To strengthen the evidence base, within the EC and with external stakeholders (from city level to international organizations) First joint outcome of the CoP-CITIES First step towards an urban observatory Status and trends of urban areas in Europe, Africa (+ Mediterranean Basin TBD) The latest JRC Urban activities
  4. Urban Data Platform + My Place Trends
  5. Benchmarking
  6. Sustainable Development Goals
  7. An handbook for local authorities European Handbook for the preparation of Voluntary Local Reviews (LVRs) on SDGs  Goal: → Provide an overview of methods and data that can support the implementation and monitoring of urban contribution to the 2030 Agenda  Target audience: → Local and regional authorities  Structure – two main sections: → Set of existing indicators at local level that can support the monitoring of the SDGs; → Methodology on how cities can integrate SDGs in their strategic activities.  To be launched at the World Urban Forum 10 – February 2020 URBAN 2030 - Joint project DG REGIO - JRC
  8. Twin project developed with UN-Habitat and DG REGIO  Goal: develop and improve existing methodologies for some selected urban indicators  Thematic workshops  Collaboration with other institutions and experts  First workshop: end of June 2019
  9. Local Indicators for the monitoring of the SDGs  The European dimension of the SDG  Implication of the goal for the local policies (effectiveness and tools/potential)  Local indicators - Data available produced by EC or by other institutions (comparable for a good number of cities/regions).  Example of proxy data for alternative sources  Example of proxy data available at local level that can be used to monitor the goal
  10. Example: Goal 9 European Dimension of the goal Description of the goal Why is cities’ contribution fundamental for achieving this Goal?
  11. Example: Goal 9 Metadata Description of the indicator Constrains and Limitations
  12. Example: Goal 9 Metadata Description of the indicator Constrains and Limitations
  13. Example: Goal 9 Metadata Description of the indicator Constrains and Limitations
  14. Example: Goal 9 Metadata Description of the indicator Constrains and Limitations
  15. Example: local indicator for SDG 3 Distance to the nearest health facility at local, sub-regional and regional level, by 1km grid Source: Mert Kompil, Chris Jacobs- Crisioni, Lewis Dijkstra, Carlo Lavalle, Mapping accessibility to generic services in Europe: A market-potential based approach, Sustainable Cities and Society, Volume 47, 2019, 101372, ISSN 2210-6707, 7.
  16. Challenges for the local monitoring  Completeness of coverage  Availability of time series  Comparability of cities in different countries  Question of relevance (does the indicator provide relevant information on the progress towards the SDG at city level?)  Link to specific actions and investments
  17. How can we tailor the LVRs to the local challenges? • Benchmarking and harmonized data are needed. Cities or regions may be interested in benchmark with other cities or regions in other countries which face similar challenges. • Local contexts and challenges should be taken into consideration to designed a tailored LVR
  18. Any questions? Thank You Knowledge Centre for Territorial Policies Urban Data Platform +