Localising Issues in the City Map
In the previous tasks, you were asked to self-assess your city’s performance in regard to the global goals and to collect and prioritise challenges and opportunities for urban action. Now ask yourself in which areas of your city these issues are most important and locate your findings in a map. This helps you to identify the neighbourhoods where challenges may have to be addressed more urgently than in other parts of the city. It is important to analyse the surrounding areas as well and think of additional challenges and opportunities that may exist in these specific local contexts.