Projects

Search Result ( 1 - 9 from 35 )

Be.CULTOUR

Be.CULTOUR - Beyond CULtural TOURism: human-centred innovations for sustainable and circular cultural tourism

Be.CULTOUR stands for “Beyond Cultural Tourism” and aims to develop human-centred innovations for sustainable and circular cultural tourism. Led by the italian National Research Council (CNR), Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development (IRISS), the project responds...

Uplift

Urban PoLicy Innovation to address inequality with and for Future generaTions

UPLIFT seeks to establish an innovative approach to urban policy design for reducing socio-economic inequalities.

SONNET

Social Innovation in Energy Transitions

Co-creating a rich understanding of the diversity, processes, contributions, success and future potential of social innovation in the energy sector.

UrbanA

Urban Arenas for Sustainable and Just Cities

UrbanA synthesises innovative solutions for sustainable and just cities, building on the results of prior EU-funded research and a co-creative distillation process - a series of four Urban Arenas involving diverse city-makers.

ARCH

ARCH

ARCH explores climate resilience in historic parts and features of urban areas.

RURITAGE

Rural regeneration through systemic heritage-led strategies

Cultural heritage as a driver for sustainable growth

GreenCharge

GreenCharge

GreenCharge will empower cities and municipalities to make the transition to zero emission/sustainable mobility with innovative business models, technologies and guidelines for cost efficient and successful deployment and operation of charging infrastructure for EVs.

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.