- Climate-Smart Cities Assessment Framework 2.0 (CSCAF 2.0) is launched by Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs (independent charge) Hardeep Singh Puri.
The objective of CSCAF 2.0:
- To provide a roadmap to cities to fight climate change.
- To build a climate-sensitive approach to urban planning and development.
- There are total of 28 indicators that are divided into 5 categories for CSCAF 2.0.
- The 5 categories are: (a) Energy and Green Buildings (b)Urban Planning, Green Cover and Biodiversity (c) Mobility and Air Quality (d) Water Management (e) Waste Management.