Presentation on theme: "Building Cities Resilience to Disaster"— Presentation transcript:
1 Building Cities Resilience to Disaster Momcilo MARTINOVIC Secretary of the Old Royal Capital Cetinje, MONTENEGROBuilding Cities Resilience to Disaster
2 Modern, urban and dinamic bussiness center Building Cities Resilience to DisasterCultural, historical and spiritual CenterModern, urban and dinamic bussiness center
3 Building Cities Resilience to Disaster IntroCetinje has 16,757 inhabitants, of which 83% live in urban and 17% in rural areas.The territory of Cetinje covers an area of Skadar Lake to Lovćena and Boka Bay . Location of Cetinje determined the coordinates 18 ˚ 58 'and 19 ˚ 10' east longitude and 42 ˚ 16 'and 42 ˚ 43' north latitude. The northwest-southeast length of the territory of the Royal Capital is 56km. The average width of northeast-southwest ranges from 18 to 20 km. Surface area is 910 km2 (6.6% of above), of which km2 land disposal on the surface of lakes and Rijaka Crnojevića 22.7 km2 (water level at a height of 6.5 meters). Capital Cetinje is bordered by the capital Podgorica and the municipalities of Bar, Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Niksic and Danilovgrad.
4 Building Cities Resilience to Disaster HAZARD-s in CetinjeEarthquakeFloodsForest-FireExtreme weather condition
5 Prevention and Risk Reduction Measure Building Cities Resilience to DisasterPrevention and Risk Reduction MeasureLaw on Protection and Rescue (Official Gazette of Montenegro, br.13/07 and 5/08)National strategy for Emergencies (Adopted by the GoM 2006)Education (schools, public institutions, businesses ...)Raising awareness among citizensRaising awareness among vulnerable groupsLocal Plan for the protection and flood rescueBased Article 35 of the Law on Protection and Rescue ("Official Gazette of Montenegro" br.13/07 and 32/11), Article 14 Statute of Cetinje ("Official Gazette of Montenegro" - Municipal Regulations no. 21/04 and 34/06) ("Off. Gazette of Montenegro" - Municipal Regulations no. 6/11)
6 Maine Challenges and the Lesson Learnt Building Cities Resilience to DisasterMaine Challenges and the Lesson LearntChallengesStrengthening the capacity of communities to identify, prevent, mitigate and prepare for disaster;Plans ;Legislation ;Climate change ;CoordinationCommunicationLesson learntFloods 2010 ;Floods 2011 ;Fire-forest (every summer);Heavy snow(2012,emergency situation);Cross-borders cooperation;Crisis managementsSimulation
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