2017 Report – 400 Delegates – 40 Countries
The City of Ekurhuleni, situated in Gauteng, South Africa, strives to provide sustainable and people-centred developmental services that are affordable, appropriate and of a high quality. Their focus is on social, environmental and economic regeneration of the city and communities, as guided by the principles of Batho Pele and through the commitment of a motivated and dedicated team.
2015 Report – 200 Delegates – 21 Countries
eThekwini is located on the east coast of South Africa in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal and is home to some 3.5 million people. It consists of a diverse society which faces various social, economic, environmental and governance challenges. eThekwini strives to address these challenges while meeting the needs of an ever-increasing population.
2013 Report – 4500 Delegates – 25 African Countries
Dar es Salaam, Africa’s fastest growing city, is situated in the eastern region of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean. The city boasts several natural habitat elements such as mangroves, marine systems, coastal forests and wetlands but faces challenges such as coastal erosion, poor waste management, polluted waters and harmful unregulated fishing practices.
2011 Report – 380 Delegates – 50 African Countries
City of Cape Town, South Africa Cape Town is a beautiful coastal city in South Africa with world-renowned biodiversity and a rich cultural heritage. Its natural and cultural environment is, however, increasingly under pressure from a range of factors including climate change. The City of Cape Town is serious about following a holistic approach to sustainability and about managing its environment in a way that enhances economic opportunities and social wellbeing.