SDG 11 - Sust. Cities and Communites

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SDG 11 - Sust. Cities and Communites by Mind Map: SDG 11 - Sust. Cities and Communites

1. Housing / Transportation / Sust. Urbanization / Participative Urban Planning and Mgmt

1.1. Problemss/Situation

1.1.1. In big cities like Sao Paulo, lots of people live in slums in the outskirts of the city, far away from their jobs, which is usually in the central part of the city. As the transportation system is limited in the city outskirts, they spend hours a day with displacements.

1.1.2. conflicts of interest between Construction Companies/Investors and Poor People living in regions they have interest to invest

1.1.3. big regional inequalities (housing, services, transportation)

1.2. Stakeholders

1.2.1. Government/legislators Exclusive traffic lanes for buses/bikes bicycle path subways CEU

1.2.2. Private companies Car manufactures Constructors + Real State Sharing 1: Yellow/Grin/Turbi/Zazcar Sharing 2: Waze / Uber

1.2.3. Social Business Terra Nova Vivenda Courrieros Sator

1.2.4. NGOs TETO

1.2.5. Social Moviments Movimento do Passe Livre Movimento dos Sem-Teto

1.2.6. Poor people

1.2.7. Middle/High class

1.2.8. Religious institutions

1.2.9. Criminous

2. Environment impact of cities / Access to green places / Reduce Disasters and its impacts / Link between urban and rural

2.1. Problems/Situation

2.1.1. Sao Paulo has been suffering for years with environmental impacts such as air and water pollution, dirty places with gargabe, terrible floods (causes big traffic jams and causes big losses to pour people, even deaths) and lack of green areas.

2.1.2. Conflicts between Construction companies, Car Manufactures and Industries in one side and Civil Society on the other promoting reduction of environment impact and creation of green places.

2.1.3. Government should loof after the interest of Civil Society reducing environmental impacts, of course also taking care of economic progress in a sustainable way, but usually the economical aspect have a much bigger weight in decisions.

2.2. Stakeholders

2.2.1. Government/legislators Parque Augusta

2.2.2. Private Companies Natura / B Corps Construction Companies Car manufactures Industries

2.2.3. Social Business Pluvi.on Courrieros EuReciclo DuLocal Zero garbage certification for restaurants

2.2.4. NGOs Nature protection Disaster aid

2.2.5. Poor people

2.2.6. Middle/High class

2.2.7. Social Moviments

2.2.8. Religious institutions

2.2.9. Criminous