Thematic Cities Cluster

Waste Management, Green Cities & Renewable Energy

The Cities Cluster on Waste Management, Green Cities, and Renewable Energy offers a space for knowledge sharing and collaboration between cities partners of the Global South on how to ensure effective waste management through universal collection and safe treatment, building greener cities, and promoting renewable energy such as biomass.  

Concerns about waste management are looming larger in developing countries that have not developed adequate waste management policies or systems, trash collection services, or government institutions to effectively manage their wastes. Innovative waste management strategies can be an effective way to address complex urban issues including rising greenhouse gas emissions, unsanitary public spaces, growing energy demand, and limited space, and achieve cleanliness and environmental sustainability. Enabled by treatment technologies, wastes can be converted to energies, including electricity, heat, fuel, and other usable materials.

Kickoff Workshop for the pilot project – Waste Wise Koidu

For instance, in Southeast Asia alone, the total quantity of the waste-to-energy capacity from landfill biogas plants and incineration plants accounts for over 323 MW, and this number is expected to double by 2022; by 2030, the realizable generation potential from renewable municipal waste in six Southeast Asian countries will amount to 17.26 TWh (Maw Maw Tun, et al, 2020).

Over the past years, the Cities Project has organized and facilitated exchanges on waste management between cities and organizations to invite partners to share their good practices, experiences and lessons, as well as their challenges in waste management. In 2021, the Cities Project launched a pilot project titled “Waste Wise Koidu” in Koidu, Sierra Leone in cooperation with UN-Habitat, which aims to improve local capacity in waste management. In 2022, under the framework of the same pilot project, the Cities Project has witnessed the signing of SoI between Koidu and Kushtia, Bangladesh, and the constant improvement of local partners’ capacity in waste management.

During the process of facilitating exchanges and pilot projects, the Cities Project has perceived substantial needs for developing cities in improving their waste management. Therefore, the Cities Project will continue facilitating the exchanges and knowledge transfer between city partners and organizations and hopes to broker more partnerships between partners.  

The Cities Project welcomes city partners interested in participating in this Cities Cluster on Waste  Management, Green City and Renewable Energy and hopes the knowledge exchanged here leads to more South-South cooperation and a swift post-pandemic social and economic recovery. 

Capacity development workshop held under the pilot project – Waste Wise Koidu

Featured Members of this Cluster

Aparecida de Goiânia


Aparecida de Goiânia will be 100 years old in 2022, filled with opportunities. At nearly 600,000 inhabitants and a privileged geographic location, it attracts investors and generates over 120,000 jobs.

The solid establishment of businesses and universities, within its territory, thrives around great perspectives in healthcare, energy supply, industry 4.0 and the concept of Smart Cities.

The city also has a video monitoring system to help reduce criminality, and saves energy through the use of solar power, seeking resources to install a photovoltaic farm.

Additionally, over 750 kilometers of optical fiber has been installed, along with a 7,600 terabytes data center.

Following Covid-19 WHO recommendations, the city implemented mass testing, check-ups, network expansion, service qualification, monitoring and treatment of afflicted patients, and a scheduling app for the vaccination campaign.

Aparecida evolves along with social, economic and environmental development, in order to care for its population with multiple best quality services.

Aparecida de Goiânia, Brazil


The Philippines

Baguio is located in the island of Luzon, which is the largest and most populous island in the Philippines. Its geographic location is at 16.411999° N and 120.59834° E with an elevation of 1,400 meters above sea level. The City has a resident population of 366,358 for 2020 growing at 1.54% per year that can reach 600,000 to almost 1 million during peak season of tourist arrivals. Nighttime population is 380,000. Population density is placed at 6,005 per square meter.

It is a landlocked mountainous City also referred to as the “City of Pines” and the “Summer Capital of the Philippines”, popular for its temperate climate and rich cultural background. It has a land area of 5,749 hectares. As to its land cover: 9.81% are declared as watershed and protected forest; 1.41% as parks and recreation areas; 11.04% are open spaces; and the rest are settlement areas.

The City is 206 kilometers away from Manila which takes about four (4) hours to drive. It serves as the gateway to other municipalities in the Cordillera Region mountains. It is the only highly urbanized City in the region. The city is the center for education, trade and tourism in the Cordillera region. It was also declared as a UNESCO Creative City because of its rich culture and tradition on arts and crafts.

Baguio City is also home to one of the country’s most profitable Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) areas called the Baguio City Economic Zone (BCEZ). The BCEZ caters to 44 locators which produce textiles, wearing apparels, electronics, plastic products and others. Production output in the BCEZ accounts for the bulk of the Cordillera’s total exports. The city is also considered the financial center of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR). There are 82 banks operating in the city. Of these, 48 are Commercial, 23 are Rural and Cooperative and 11 Thrift banks. Baguio City is still the Summer Capital of the Philippines and remains to be among the top 14 destinations in the country. It is also among the top 20 destinations for Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibition (MICE). It received close to 1.3 million tourists in 2016, with tourism receipts amounting to Php 8.1 billion.

Baguio, the Philippines

Buenos Aires


Buenos Aires is Argentina’s largest city and is considered one of the most livable cities in the region. In recent years, the city has seen a deep transformation in terms of socio-urban integration and redesign on a human scale, with innovation, sustainability, and inclusion as guiding axes. For more than a decade, and mainly since the city formally adhered to the Sustainable Development Goals in 2016, Buenos Aires has been working under the guidance of the SDGs to build a more sustainable, safe, resilient and inclusive city that generates new and better opportunities for all.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cities Alliance

Over the last two decades, the Cities Alliance has been working on climate change, resilience, and sustainable urban ecosystems that are at the heart of the recent urbanisation discussions - always with a special emphasis on communities in informal settings and equality for all.

Cities Alliance global work is designed to advance new tools, practices and understanding of emerging urban issues and support joint advocacy with our members; with our Global Programme Climate Change, Resilience and Informality in Cities, we work towards the goal of supporting communities - in partnership with local governments - to build resilient cities that reduce both risk and vulnerability by strengthening urban ecosystems, promoting investment in local resilience efforts, and advocating for people-centred resilience.

Cities Alliance, UNOPS



The fortified historic town of Harar is located in the eastern part of Ethiopia, 525 km from the capital of Addis Ababa, on a plateau with deep gorges surrounded by deserts and savannah.
Harar is a city that goes by many names, from the city of saints to a living museum, while some Ethiopians consider it to be Islam's fourth holiest city after Mecca, Jerusalem and Medina.It has even been called the city of peace.
Today it is the capital of the Harari People National Regional State - the smallest state in Ethiopia.
In 2006, Harar was listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site to highlight its unique and exceptional architecture, which captures the African and Islamic culture of its habitants.
Another attraction is a museum founded by 19th Century French poet Arthur Rimbaud, who at one time lived and worked as a trader in Harar.

Harar, Ethiopia



The City of Harare is the Capital City of Zimbabwe and is located in the Northern part of the Country. The estimated population for Harare is 2 million but residents from satellite towns around Harare spend most of their time in Harare either carrying out business or selling vegetable and other wares thus increasing the burden on service delivery.

Waste Management

The City with an estimated population of 2million generates approximately 290 000 tonnes of solid waste a year but the Council is currently collecting 60% of waste generated. The City has the mandate to collect all waste generated in the City and currently no outsourcing of refuse collection is being done. The City uses door to door method of collecting waste from most residential and commercial areas. In areas of high waste generation (Flats and markets places), the City uses Skip bins for waste storage purposes and skip bins are collected when full. The City has 1 disposal site for general waste and 1 disposal site for hazardous waste. Unfortunately, the disposal site for general waste is not an engineered landfill as it is a disused brick moulding site which is being reclaimed by burying waste and covering the waste with soil but there is a high risk of underground water pollution. We have had 2 waste characterization surveys to try and ascertain the waste profile in an effort to encourage recycling activities. The City is now 90% through in developing an Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan as the City sincerely believes that it will be the answer to most solid waste management challenges bedeviling the City. Due to the failure by the City to collect waste on scheduled days, illegal dumps have mushroomed in most residential areas. Under listed are some initiatives that the City is undertaking to address the challenges:

Robust repair and maintenance Plan for existing fleet

Procurement of 10 additional refuse compactors, 1 Dozer & 1 Landfill compactor

Developing ISWMP

MOU for waste to energy project in advanced stages

Awareness on waste management in schools, churches and public transporters

However, the City requires assistance in developing an Engineered Landfill and Capacity building for the waste management staff as a matter of urgency.

Harare, Zimbabwe

IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies (CCET)

The IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies (CCET) was founded in 2014 aiming to assist national, provincial, and local governments with advancing sustainable waste and resource management systems based on holistic and 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) principles.
Primary activities include:
1. Strengthening Waste Management Policy, Regulations and Institutions
2. Building Capacity and Guiding Implementation
3. Generating Impact through Scaling up Partnerships and Networking

IGES Centre Collaborating with UNEP on Environmental Technologies (CCET)

International Network on Small Hydro Power (INSHP)

The International Network on Small Hydro Power (INSHP) is a public and non-profit international organization with 438 members from 80 countries, which is initiated by United Nations Industrial and Development Organization (UNIDO), China’s Ministry of Water Resources and Ministry of Commerce. INSHP established six demonstration bases and one demonstration zone on Small Hydropower (SHP) in Hunan, Gansu, Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Hubei provinces in China, and three Sub-centers in India, Nigeria and Columbia.

Since its establishment in 1994, INSHP has carried out various activities on SHP, aiming to promote the global SHP development and realize the UN SDGs 2030. In July 2016, UN Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-Moon visited INSHP and highlighted that INSHP is a good example of South-South Cooperation between China and the UN.

International Network on Small Hydro Power (INSHP)



Located on the west coast of Turkey by the Aegean Sea, Izmir belongs to the broader region of Southeast Europe, and is one of the major port cities in the Mediterranean. Izmir province stretches over an area of 12.000 km2 and comprises 30 districts, 11 of which are situated in the metropolitan area.

Thanks to its favorable geographical location, climate, water resources and fertile lands, the 8500-year-old city has been the home of many civilizations and cultures. Today, the city celebrates its unique culture, which stems from its heritages, cuisine and cosmopolitan lifestyle where the sea and the agriculture play an influential role. Izmir’s cultural vision is to evolve into a city of arts, design and innovation, ensuring biodiversity, and eco-friendly production and distribution models. Another aspect of this vision involves developing trans-border relations and making Izmir a node in major city networks by promoting interactions and diversity. The municipality aims at making İzmir more prosperous, democratic, inclusive, just, equal, safe and sustainable with its cultural policies.

Izmir, Turkey


the Gambia

Janjanbureh Area Council, located in the Central River Region - South, comprises of 6 Constituencies (Janjanbureh, Niamina West, Niamina East, Niamina Dankunku, Lower Fulladu West and Upper Fulladu West) and 12 Wards (Maccarthy, Catamina, Jareng, Kudang, Dankunku, Brikamaba, Fulabantang, Kerewan, Sare Sofie, Daru, Bansang and Galleh). Like other area councils, JAC is mandated under the Local Government Act of 2002 to administer the affairs of the Janjanbureh Local Government Authority (LGA) and provide for the needs and welfare of residents living in the area.

Located in the southern part of the Central River Region (CRR), the Janjanbureh Local Government Area is typically rural, with one major growth center (Janjanbureh). The LGA has a total land area of 1,428 Km2, which is the third smallest LGA in terms of size, aside from Banjul and Kanifing.

According to the IHS 2015/16, poverty in the Janjanbureh LGA (71.4 percent) as measured by the headcount index is above the national average of 48.6 percent. The LGA is the second poorest LGA after Kuntaur (72.4 percent). Between 2010 and 2015/16, poverty rate in the Janjanbureh LGA has generally worsened, increasing from 54.2 percent in 2010 to 71.4 percent in 2015/16.

Janjanbureh, the Gambia


Sierra Leone

Koidu is a city located in Gbense and Tankoro Chiefdoms in Kono District in the Eastern Province of Sierra Leone. The city is located in the Interior Plateau which is a large region of plateaus interspersed with high mountains, and has nine administrative sections with a population of 128,030 in an area of about 27 km² and a population density of 4,742 persons per km².
Koidu, like Kenema city, is a major diamond and gold trading center in Sierra Leone. By virtue of it being a mining area, the city is one of the most ethnically and religiously diverse cities in Sierra Leone with inhabitants primarily engaged in trade (diamond, gold and cash crops) and alluvial mining of diamonds. However, the city is vulnerable to natural hazards, particularly flooding.

Koidu, Sierra Leone



Mersin, also known as the “Pearl of the Mediterranean” is a “Blue” and “Green” city with a very important commercial port on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey, situated on the western part of the famous plain of Çukurova, a geographical, economic, and cultural region.

Mersin offers a variety of tourism options, including culture, faith, congress, hiking, tracking, rafting, paragliding, and mountain climbing, in addition to its 320-kilometre-long seashore with its distinctive natural charms and sea, sand, and sun triad. Mersin's natural sandy coastline stretches for around 108 kilometres.

Mersin with 13 administrational districts and a population of 2.200.000 habitants is an important hub of Turkey's economy.

The coast of Mersin has been inhabited since the 9th millennium BCE The region has witnessed to the succession of many different civilizations such as the Hittites, Assyrians, Persians, Greeks, Seleucids, Lagids, Roman, Byzantine Seljuk and the Ottomans.

Mersin is an open-air museum, with numerous of ruin sites and still standing monuments especially with 9-thousand-year-old Yumuktepe and Gözlükule Tumulus.

Historically, Mersin was a major producer of cotton and cottonseed oil. The rural area around Mersin is famous for citrus and cotton production. Banana, olive, and various fruits are also produced.

The Mersin Port is the mainstay of Mersin’s economy. There are 21 piers, a total port area of 785,000 square meters (194 acres), with a capacity of 6,000 ships per year.

Mersin, Turkey



Located in southwestern Jiangsu province, Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu province, a megacity and the second largest city in the East China region. Situated in the Yangtze River Delta region, Nanjing has a prominent place in Chinese history and culture, thus has long been a major center of culture, education, research, politics, economy, transport networks and tourism, being the home to one of the world's largest inland ports. Nanjing has the eighth-largest scientific research output of any city in the world and is also considered a Beta (global second-tier) city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network and ranked as one of the world's top 100 cities in the Global Financial Centre’s Index.

Nanjing, China

São Paulo


The São Paulo City Hall is the government office in charge of management and control of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. São Paulo is a municipality in the Southeast Region of Brazil. The metropolis is an alpha global city and the most populous city in Brazil and the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world. The city is the capital of the state of São Paulo, the most populous and wealthiest state in Brazil. It exerts strong national and international influence in commerce, finance, arts and entertainment.

São Paulo, Brazil



The Metropolitan Regional Government of Santiago is an autonomous body that as of July 14 2021 will be led by a Governor or Regional Governor, who will be in charge of the superior administration of the region. The Regional Government cares about the harmonious and equitable development of the territory. The main focus of its work in on the planning and preparation of projects to promote the economic, social and cultural development of the Metropolitan Region, taking into account the preservation and improvement of the environment and the participation of the community.
“Santiago Humano y Resiliente” is the Resilient Strategy of the Metropolitan Regional Government, it was born from the selection of Santiago in 2014 within the framework of the program ``100 Resilient Cities (100RC)``, originally promoted by the Rockefeller Foundation and today led by the Global Resilient Cities Network (GRCN).
The Resilient Strategy proposes a collaborative perspective by articulating the public sector, private sector, academia, social organizations and unions to make Santiago a more just, humane and inclusive city, giving all its inhabitants the opportunity to live and enjoy the benefits of a region where people are at the center of development. It seeks to improve the capacity of the city to face the tensions and impacts that threaten it and implement actions that allow progress towards a more humane and resilient Santiago.

Santiago, Chile


UN-Habitat works with partners to build inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities and communities. UN-Habitat promotes urbanization as a positive transformative force for people and communities, reducing inequality, discrimination and poverty. UN-Habitat works in over 90 countries supporting people in cities and human settlements and promoting transformative change in the area of urban development through knowledge, policy advice, technical assistance and collaborative action to leave no one and no place behind.




Tandil is located in the southeast of the province of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Its surface, of almost 5,000 square kilometers, houses a population of more than 140,000. The rhythm of the city goes hand in hand with the joint work between the public and private sectors, the latter characterized by the diversity of its economic activities, such as agriculture, tourism, metalworking, food industry, technology, and software development.

Tandil is also positioned as a special place to rest, with incomparable landscapes and walks, framed in the oldest mountain system in Argentina. This is perfectly complemented by an adequate infrastructure for temporary and permanent lodging, suitable for outdoor recreational activities, together with great cultural and sporting activities.

Tandil, Argentina



The Palestinian International Cooperation Agency (PICA), established by a presidential decree by President Mahmoud Abbas on January 2016, is the main public diplomacy tool of the State of Palestine and works as a national coordinator for South-South and North-South Cooperation.

PICA transfers Palestinian know-how to countries of the South, in the form of development and technical assistance. Its creation is guided by a national responsibility towards the international community and is an expression of gratitude and appreciation for the support given to the State of Palestine over the years.

Guided by a vision of solidarity through development, the State of Palestine seeks to mobilize its skilled human resources to provide technical assistance to support partner countries in responding to crisis and tackling development challenges with the aim of promoting South-South Cooperation and realizing the 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

PICA, Palestine

Waste Warriors Society


Waste Warriors is a for-impact solid waste management organisation. Their journey began in 2010 in the littered mountains of Dharamshala with just empty bags, some gloves, a few volunteers, and a vision to clean India. Since then, over 400 million tourists have visited the Himalayan states of Uttarakhand and Himachal where they work. There is a dire need to build better waste management systems here to mitigate the impact of waste, especially plastics, in this eco-sensitive region and further downstream into major Indian rivers. They now have over 80 staff, including formal waste workers, working to build waste management models in urban Dehradun, in the tourist hills of Dharamshala, by the Ganga river in Rishikesh, and in villages around Corbett Tiger Reserve and Govind Wildlife Reserve. They focus on community behavioural change, waste infrastructure development, collaborations with government bodies, and the upliftment and livelihood development of all waste workers.

Waste Warriors Society, India

Shah Alam


Shah Alam is a city and the state capital of Selangor, Malaysia, and is situated within the Petaling District and a small portion of the neighbouring Klang District.

Shah Alam is also one of the major cities within the Klang Valley, an area in Malaysia comprising Kuala Lumpur and its suburbs, and adjoining cities and towns in the state of Selangor, due to the Klang River flowing through it on its way westward to the Strait of Malacca.

Shah Alam, Malaysia



Mumbwa District is situated about 140Km from Lusaka and has a population of approximately 176,620 of which 88,762 are females (50.3%) and 87,858 are males (49.7%). Its average annual Population Growth Rate stands at 3.2%, and the population distribution is 10.7 per km2. The district has a total land size of approximately 23, 800 km2.

Mubmwa, Zambia

Gansu Provincial People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (GPAFFC)


Gansu Provincial People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (GPAFFC) is a not-for-profit civil group, whose work is guided by the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC). GPAFFC aims to increase mutual understanding and nurture friendship between people from around the world and promote exchanges and cooperation in economy, trade, society, culture, science and technology and education.

Gansu Provincial People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (GPAFFC), China

Qutoof Professional Development


Founded in 2015, Qutoof is a non-profit professional development organization aiming to establish a high caliber center of excellence in Jordan for achieving sustainability and green growth indicators with extra emphasis on developing the sector of waste management and the recycling industry in the region.

Qutoof Professional Development, Jordan



The city of Lezha is located 47 km South of Shkodra. It is one of Albania’s ancient cities, and in historical documents, it is mostly referred to by the name Lissus.

Lezha constitutes a wonderful kaleidoscope of nature, almost an unparalleled ecological principality, where the mountain, the field, the forest, the archaeological and historical monuments, the lagoon and the sea, constitute a prominent unity. In this sense, Lezha is a synthesis of the work of nature and people with a long history and colorful art.

Lezha is a permanent collection and a living aesthetic of Illyrian-Albanian objects and civilization, a knowledge station of millennia and a special pleasure for residents and travelers alike.

Lezha, Albania

Afadzato South District


The Afadzato District is one of the 46 administrative districts created in 2012 with its capital at Ve-Golokuati, about 58km from Ho, 20km from Hohoe, and 200km from Accra. The total land area of the district is 553.0 square Kilometres about 3.06 % of the total land size of the Volta Region. Moreover, the location of the district has the potential to boost both local and foreign trade.

The Afadzato South District Assembly exists to improve both social and economic life of her people through efficient and effective resource mobilization, maintaining a strong agricultural base for further industrial development, being a leading tourist centre in Ghana and preserving cultural heritage of her people and the Region at large.

Afadzato South District, Ghana

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