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Collection Methodology for Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities



                                                        Foreword
            This publication has been developed within the framework of the United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC)
            initiative. This publication provides cities with a methodology on how to collect data or information from key
            performance indicators (KPIs) for smart sustainable cities (SSC). This set of KPIs for SSC were developed to establish
            the criteria to evaluate ICT´s contributions in making cities smarter and more sustainable, and to provide cities
            with the means for self-assessments.
                                                    Acknowledgements

            The  development  of  the  set  of  Key  Performance  Indicators  for  Smart  Sustainable  Cities  and  the  Collection
            Methodology for Key Performance Indicators for Smart Sustainable Cities has been led by John Smiciklas (BOMA
            Canada), Gundula Prokop (Environment Agency, Austria), Pawel Stano (JRC-European Commission) and Ziqin Sang
            (ITU-T SG20 Vice-chairman) with contributions from many stakeholders including the cities of Dubai, Singapore,
            Valencia, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Manizales, Pully, amongst others, as well as WeGO.
            The authors wish to thank the U4SSC management team, Gloria Placer Maruri and Nasser Al Marzouqi (U4SSC Co-
            chairmen) and Victoria Sukenik and Paolo Gemma (U4SSC Vice-chairmen) for their respective  assistance and
            contributions.
            The authors also wish to extend their gratitude to the contributing organizations along with their representatives:
            Oliver Hillel from the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Lucy Winchester and Vera Kiss from the Economic
            Commission  for  Latin  America  and  the  Caribbean  (ECLAC),  Simone  Borelli  from  the  Food  and  Agriculture
            Organization (FAO), Cristina Bueti, Mythili Menon and Reyna Ubeda from the International Telecommunication
            Union (ITU), Iryna Usava from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), James Murombedzi from the
            United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), Ivonne Higuero and Domenica Carriero from the United
            Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Guilherme Canela from the Regional Bureau for Sciences in
            Latin America and the Caribbean of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO),
            Martina Otto and Garrigan Curt from United Nations Environment (UN Environment), Maria Atkinson Am and Gary
            Pivo from the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP-FI), Motsomi Maletjane from the
            United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC), Andre Dzikus, Tania Lim, Jean Yves and
            Robert Lewis from the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat), Pradeep Monga, Toni Lim
            and  Katarina  Barunica  from  the  United  Nations  Industrial  Development  Organization  (UNIDO),  Nuno  Lopes,
            Soumaya Ben Dhaou and Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen from the United Nations University – Operating Unit on
            Policy-Driven Electronic Governance (UNU-EGOV), Sylvia Hordosch from the United Nations Entity for Gender
            Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN-Women), and Alexander Baklanov from the World Meteorological
            Organization (WMO).

            The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of
            their respective organizations or members.

                      © CBD, ECLAC, FAO, ITU, UNDP, UNECA, UNECE, UNESCO, UN Environment, UNEP-FI, UNFCCC,
                                      UN-Habitat, UNIDO, UNU-EGOV, UN-Women and WMO.
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            ISBN
            978-92-61-25221-2 (Paper version)
            978-92-61-25231-1 (Electronic version)





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