Tag: "inclusive communities"
Place based strategies
To turn environmental challenges into economic opportunities, the regional administration for environment and energy mandated by the Brussels Region government adopted new roles of facilitating and coordinating bottom-up and top-down approaches. Together with agencies in charge of the region’s economic development and other public administrations from the Brussels region it co-elaborated a development concept in which environmental and economic issues are closely connected. Two large programmes have structured the transition: the Employment-Environment Alliance and the Regional Circular Economy Plan.
Amidst resource scarcity, Nottingham understands the need to build housing which adapts to climate change as a tool for the regeneration of derelict sites and the provision of sustainable, affordable and aspirational housing.
A multi-actor process of co-creating a blueprint for socioeconomic and environmental development decreasing the high unemployment rate in the Málaga region.
The Universitá Agraria has successfully conserved forests and pastures throughout the 20th century. The reconversion of the Solfatara di Manziana provides the opportunity for the Universitá to redefine the relationship between the community and the environment.
The variety of experiences, knowledge and social capital of diverse communities can be connected through tools that facilitate collaboration
BARKING & DAGENHAM
Housing need as a driver for the creation of an ecologically and socially rich and diverse neighbourhood
Integrated project strategies
GREEN COMFORT ZONES
BUILDING MULTIBENEFIT NATURE-BASED SOLUTIONS IN CHALLEGING URBAN HOT-SPOTS
RETHINKING GOVERNANCE MODELS TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIES
INTEGRATED FLOOD MANAGEMENT
PROMOTING INTEGRAL ADAPTATION STRATEGIES TO MITIGATE FLOODING EFFECTS
PRODUCTIVE URBAN LANDSCAPES
DEVELOPING A COMMUNITY-BASED BUSINESS INCUBATOR FOR SUSTAINABLE PERI-URBAN AGRICULTURE
REUSING THE CITY
ENGAGING LOCAL COMMUNITY AND OTHER KEY ACTORS IN THE REUTILIZATION OF UNDERUSED ASSETS
NEW SPATIAL GOVERNANCE
A TRANSVERSAL APPROACH TO PLANNING AND NEGOTIATING THE CONFLICTING DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABILITY
SETTING-UP AN (INTER)ACTIVE ARENA TO SHARE RESOURCES AND KNOWLEDGE AMONG LOCAL STAKEHOLDERS
ENHANCING RESILIENCE THROUGH THE USE OF SMART ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE