The strategy is divided into 30 objectives and over 100 actions, each of which contain multiple benefits for the resilience of the city and population. Thessaloniki's resilience is founded on the values which cut across four principal goals that together constitute the foundations of the strategy: • Shape a thriving and sustainable city: Design and deliver urban and mobility systems that serve people with efficiency, environmental integrity, and strategic resource use - this incorporates an integrated mobility system, smart urban logistics design, clean power, air quality management, and up-to-date waste management solutions. • Co-create an inclusive city: Invest in human abilities, including skills, leadership, and entrepreneurship; align education and training to career paths; broaden the role of boroughs as social labs; empower residents and community-led projects; and foster co-creation in open and public spaces. • Construct a vibrant urban economy and responsive city: Create an urban economy policy agenda which acknowledges and backs existing and potential local economic cluster activities and zones. Start new cross-sector partnerships and update administrational approaches to permit the city to respond with greater effectiveness to the requirements of its citizens and a shifting world through financial resilience, metropolitan collaboration, capital investment, and risk-reduction management plans. • Re-discover the city’s connection with the sea: Integrate the economic and urban development of Thermaikos Bay by investing in the cultural and natural capital of the Bay with the aim of improving city life, repristinating the ecosystem, keeping environmental resilience under observation, and designing a new governance system for managing these activities. (Municipality of Thessaloniki, 2017).