sustainable urban development

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Towards an EU Research and Innovation policy agenda for Nature-Based Solutions & Re-Naturing Cities. Final Report of the Horizon 2020 Expert Group on 'Nature-Based Solutions and Re-Naturing Cities'   This report was produced by the Horizon 2020 Expert Group on 'Nature-Based Solutions and Re-Naturing Cities' and gives useful information on natural-based solutions.  
Post date: 8 déc 2017
Type: Publication

  In the context of the European Bioeconomy Congress 2017, which took place on 20-21 November in Lodz, Poland, a Letter of Intent was signed between the Polish Regions Lubelskie, Lodzkie, Małopolskie, Opolskie, Pomorskie, Świętokrzyskie and the European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP) in order to develop energetically positive, sustainable and citizens-friendly cities.  
Post date: 1 déc 2017
Type: Actualité

European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with CIT University will organize the 6th ICSD 2018 Rome on Wednesday 12 to Thursday 13 September, 2018.   The 6th ICSD 2018 will be an excellent opportunity to share your ideas and research findings relevant to the Sustainability Science through the European network of academics.  Papers will be published in EJSD Journal (Thompson Reuters) and Proceedings.
Post date: 28 nov 2017
Type: Évènement

La prochaine édition de la Semaine verte de l'UE, avec pour thème «Des villes vertes pour un avenir plus vert», se tiendra du 21 au 25 mai 2018. Organisée par la Commission européenne, cette manifestation explorera les moyens par lesquels l'UE aide les villes à s'améliorer endroits pour vivre et travailler. Promouvoir les approches participatives du développement urbain, les réseaux et les outils de partage des meilleures pratiques, engager les autorités locales et les citoyens et les encourager à partager leur vision d'un avenir durable. .
Post date: 20 nov 2017
Type: Évènement

The focal points of the largest urban development project in Europe are the topics public space and microclimate as well as cross-building energy supply. Landmark projects will be implemented in the areas residential buildings, office/industry buildings and mobility.    
Post date: 13 nov 2017
Type: Lien

The development concept for the new quarter in Vienna (a former airfield) demands a great deal of sustainability: overall energy strategy, sustainability criteria as financial incentives for applicants for building permits and construction of sustainable and energy efficient buildings.    
Post date: 13 nov 2017
Type: Lien

Building for Health. The nexus of green buildings, global health, and the U.N. sustainable development goals   The United Nations (UN) have developed a framework, known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to encourage sustainable, equitable, and environmentally-conscious development by governments, private sector, and society over the subsequent 15 years. This report explores how green buildings intersect with 11 of the 17 goals, namely:  
Post date: 1 nov 2017
Type: Publication

Ce webinaire, organisé par le Système d'Information sur les Villes Intelligentes (SCIS) , aura lieu le 2 novembre 2017 à 10h30.
Post date: 31 oct 2017
Type: Évènement

Ideate. Collaborate. Become part of a Global Community. All in 24 Hours!     On 27 October 2017, Aephoria.net, in collaboration with The Cube Athens & Οργάνωση Γη - Organization Earth, is hosting Athens' first Climathon, inviting startups, students, entrepreneurs & technical experts to a 24-hour event that will create a roadmap of innovative solutions for local climate change challenges, based on UN's Global Goal 13 "Climate Action".  
Post date: 20 oct 2017
Type: Évènement

Energy positive sewage treatment plants - A sustainable solution for climate protection in municipalities   The municipal wastewater in Europe contains an available chemical energy of about 87,500 GWh per year. This corresponds roughly to the capacity of 12 large power plants. Due to the currently used technologies and the associated energy loss in the individual process steps, sewage treatment in Europe instead consumes primary energy of more than two power plants.  
Post date: 31 aoû 2017
Type: Évènement