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Regenerating Port-Louis

Regenerating Port-Louis


Regenerating Port Louis is a national project based a cross sector platform named Port Louis City Alliance.


Ecosis was commissioned by  the consortium leading the project (UN Habitat, UNDP, GBCM, GCLI, WEF Global  Shapers.  Caritas,  SOS  Patrimoine)  to  prepare  a  thorough  report  detailing  a  roadmap  for  the regeneration of Port Louis. The report highlights the occurrence of urbanisation and its associated impacts to the environment while pressing on the need to reconfigure the built environment into a sustainable one. It  provides how cities of tomorrow look like and what principles and components of development should be adopted to conjure a sustainable and smart city. It details each of the green index and other components of a sustainable city - building,  transport,  energy,  land  use,  water,  air,  zero  waste,  environmental  governance,  resilience, innovation,  culture  and  cultural  heritage,  economic  prosperity,  liveability,  public  health,  social  equity, affordable housing, community involvement and smart growth.  

Various existing projects on Port Louis have been included. A mapping of best practices has been provided in the report in order to help the choice of initiatives to create the Port Louis we want.  Finally the cross sector approach to sustainability has been discussed and a roadmap has been proposed. 

Although Ecosis prepared the working documents, its primary function is to act as partnership brokers.

A commitment to action was annouced by Ecosis at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative in September 2015.

About CGI

Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement solutions to the world's most pressing challenges.


CGI Annual Meetings have brought together 190 sitting and former heads of state, more than 20 Nobel Prize laureates, and hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations and NGOs, major philanthropists, and members of the media. To date, members of the CGI community have made more than 3,200 Commitments to Action, which have improved the lives of over 430 million people in more than 180 countries.


In addition to the Annual Meeting, CGI convenes CGI America, a meeting focused on collaborative solutions to economic recovery in the United States; and CGI University (CGI U), which brings together undergraduate and graduate students to address pressing challenges in their community or around the world. This year, CGI also convened CGI Middle East & Africa, which brought together leaders across sectors to take action on pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges.


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