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Is it time to move "beyond the smart city"- and what does that mean in practice? Does the “smart and resilient city” stand tall in various types of societal crisis? Register to this travel-free event and explore urban robustness together with guests from around Europe and across sectors! Point of departure: ‘Urban areas and policy are challenged not just with resilience in a technical sense, but with the robustness of their ethical value base around democracy and human rights…Find out more »
On June 15-16 the midterm meeting for the Sustainable Urbanisation Global Initiative (SUGI) Food-Water-Energy Nexus will be arranged via Zoom. If you have any questions, please conctact: Klara Broms Seving Communication Officer Klara.Broms.Seving@jpi-urbaneurope.euFind out more »
Welcome to an interactive webinar where we present the state of play of the Driving Urban Transitions Programme and the outcomes of the virtual AGORA where stakeholders process the outcomes of the public consultation in the program. All interested stakeholders are invited to join this webinar for information and reflection on the next programme of JPI Urban Europe. The webinar offers the opportunity to learn more about the results of recent stakeholder consultations and co-creation workshops, and have a say…Find out more »
Liveability, placemaking and AI… should cities go “back to basics”? Practitioners and others working with public space experience dilemmas in decision making processes- which are they and how can you approach them? Register to this travel-free event and meet guests from around Europe and across sectors! The event includes the pre-launch of a brand-new policy paper booklet by the JPI Urban Europe AGORA. Point of departure: “Inclusive public spaces for urban liveability” is one out of four dilemmas targeted in…Find out more »
SAVE-THE-DATE JPI Urban Europe Projects Meetingand combined final event forERA-NET Cofund Smart Urban Futures (ENSUF) JPI Urban Europe welcomes all currently running JPI Urban Europe projects to a joint meeting in Mannheim on 29 September: combining the ENSUF final event with a cross-call exploitation and impact meeting. The aim of the meeting is to exchange knowledge, discuss (expected) results and how these can best create impact in cities, and find partners for future activities. More information will follow when invitations go…Find out more »
JPI Urban Europe partners with the 9th European Conference on Sustainable Cities and Towns 30 September - 2 October. Together with ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability and the City of Mannheim, we will bring together local and regional leaders, European and international institutions and some of the brightest minds working on cutting edge research, businesses and the civil society to forge a more sustainable Europe. Read more and register here.Find out more »
Stepping up the game- Driving Urban Transitions On the backdrop of the EU green deal and the Urban Agenda for the EU, Europe is now working on an ambitious strategy to become the first climate-neutral continent, and ensuring liveability, prosperity and well-being for all people in the process. To reach these ambitious goals, urban transformations play a crucial role. Without getting neighbourhoods, towns, municipalities, cities and urban areas right, a great number of efforts will be lost. "JPI Urban Europe…Find out more »
JPI Urban Europe will join the Sustainable & Resilient Urban-Rural Partnerships International Conference, #URP2020, in Leipzig, Germany. Call for Sessions for the conference is open until 17 January 2020. Read more and submit here. The URP2020 conference aims at developing new urban-rural imaginaries, integrating strategies and projects that explore present and future potentials in terms of sustainability and resilience. The conference brings together and connects recent scientific insights and enlightening experiences of on-going projects in practice. It stimulates learning on…Find out more »
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.