Projects

Projects ( 1 - 9 from 171 )

proGIreg

Productive Green Infrastructure for post-industrial urban regeneration

At the centre of proGIreg will be Living Labs in Dortmund (Germany), Turin (Italy), and Zagreb (Croatia) to co-design and co-implement nature-based solutions (NBS) in urban areas facing the challenge of post-industrial regeneration. Four further cities in Eastern and Southern Europe will closely int...

CLEVER Cities

CLEVER Cities

Hamburg, London and Milan will co-create locally tailored nature-based solutions for urban regeneration as part of the European-funded CLEVER Cities project.

EXCESS

FlEXible user-CEntric Energy poSitive houseS

The EXCESS project builds on nearly-zero energy multi-storey building residential concepts of the four main EU climate zones towards fleXible Energy user-CEntric poSitive houseS.

CityLoops

Closing the loop for urban material flows

Høje-Taastrup and Roskilde (Denmark), Mikkeli (Finland), Apeldoorn (the Netherlands), Bodø (Norway), Porto (Portugal) and Seville (Spain) are the seven European cities that will pilot a series of demonstration actions on construction and demolition waste (CDW) and organic waste (OW) with the aim o...

EVERYWH2ERE

EVERYWH2ERE is a five-years “demonstration to market” project aiming to prove FC equipped gensets’ reliability via a robust and EU widespread demonstration campaign.

Procure2Innovate

European network of competence centres for innovation procurement

Procure2Innovate aims to improve institutional support for public procurers implementing innovation procurement in information and communication technologies (ICT) and other sectors. It will do this by establishing five new competence centres, and enlarging the scope of support offered by five exist...

RURITAGE

Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth

HANDSHAKE

Enabling the transferability of cycling innovations and assessment of its implications

HANDSHAKE supports the effective uptake of the integrated cycling solutions successfully developed by Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Munich.

OpenHeritage

Organizing, Promoting and Enabling Heritage Re-Use through Inclusion, Technology, Access, Governance and Empowerment

OpenHeritage tests selected best practices of adaptive heritage management in six Cooperative Heritage Labs established in Berlin, Lisbon, Pomaz, Rome, Sunderland and Warsaw. Drawing on the Lab’s experience, the project develops an inclusive governance model of adaptive heritage re-use.