ZP - Resilience through SMART solutions for municipalities, cities and regions (Cohesive municipalities, cities and regions)A - People and Communities (Resilient Communities, Cities and Regions)B - Local economy (Competitive cities, municipalities and regions)C - Environment for life (Green cities, municipalities and regions)
A1 - Education as the basis of a quality lifeA2 - Social and health services availableA3 - Social resilience - and securityA4 - Rapid response – an integrated approach to resilience
A4-1 - The concept of integrated security is being developed on a vertical and horizontal level.A4-2 - Cities, municipalities and regions are prepared for extreme meteorological phenomena (large-scale floods, long-term drought, extreme temperatures or wind), they can respond to new threats (including a response to the so-called new ecological burden caused by water and soil pollution, e.g. pharmaceuticals).A4-3 - Cities, municipalities and regions, the organizations established by them and the associations cooperating with them are technically equipped as best as possible or have the appropriate technical means to manage disasters of anthropogenic and natural origin and other events of high impact (terrorist acts, risks in the area of ​​environmental security, e.g. managing threats to people and the environment toxins).A4-4 - There is a systematic and effective integration and sharing of mined data between municipalities, cities, regions and their organizational components, testing of innovative security technologies and approaches.A4-5 - The coordination of city, municipal and regional authorities with the responsible authorities reduces the risks of disrupting the functionality of critical infrastructure elements, interrupting the supply of strategic raw materials or energy.