Jaime Cuevas receives Resilience Profile and Risk Atlas

Within the framework of the 8th. CONACYT National Meeting of Hydrometeorological Phenomena of Climatic Networks, and after a great work of citizens, institutions and Municipal Government, Mayor Jaime Cuevas Tello, received the final document of the Urban Resilience Profile and the Risk Atlas of Bahía de Banderas, which means the possibility of making better decisions to be prepared to face meteorological phenomena and above all, to take care of the lives of citizens.
The Mayor commented:
“This is the case of the Bahía de Banderas Urban Resilience Profile (PRUBB), with which a diagnosis of the city’s response capacity to a disturbing phenomenon was carried out,” adding that this Profile is the only instrument of its type at the national level, since it was carried out with the participation of more than 10,000 inhabitants of all localities and a chapter on COVID-19 was included.
Bahía de Banderas is at the national forefront by approving various instruments such as the Regulation of Ecological Balance, Environmental Protection and Climate Change, being part of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy and “we are one of the 5 municipalities elected to national level and the only one in Nayarit, which participates in the International Urban
Cooperation Program of the European Union ”.“Because Bahía is always moving forward, our municipality fills Nayarit with pride, we are taking solid steps to consolidate ourselves as a green municipality, because this paradise is the best inheritance that we will leave to future generations,” concluded Jaime Cuevas, to receive both documents , accompanied by the Council members of the Security Commission and the Civil Protection and IMPLAN teams.
They led the start of the works, the mayor of Puerto Vallarta, Engineer Arturo Dávalos Peña; the technical representative of the project, Dr. Julio César Morales Hernández; the representative of the rector of the CUC, Héctor Javier Rendón Contreras and the representative of REDESClim of CONACYT, Dr. Carlos Welsh Rodríguez.