Out now: Overview of policy recommendations by projects in ERA-NET Cofund Smart Urban Futures 2017 – 2020

In time for JPI Urban Europe’s fifth policy conference on 12 Nov, you can now access an overview of in total 15- 30 policy recommendations for smart and sustainable urban futures, formulated by projects supported in the ENUSF call. Click the publication below to access the overview and the links to get a hold of the recommendations and contact persons.

JPI Urban Europe funds research and innovation that aims for concrete positive and evidence-based impact on policymaking in urban areas. Many of the supported projects bring forward policy recommendations as a means for impact and long-term effect of their project’s findings. The transnational research- and innovation projects funded in ERA-NET Cofund Smart Urban Futures call (ENSUF) set out in 2017 to work on urgent and long-term urban challenges through co-creation and multi-stakeholder methods. Since then, stakeholders in over 65 cities and 20 countries have been involved in the 15 projects and the three call topics: 1) Concepts and strategies for smart urban transformation, growth and shrinkage 2) New dynamics of public services and 3) Inclusive, vibrant and accessible urban communities.

You can now access an overview of in total 15- 30 policy recommendations for smart and sustainable urban futures, grouped into three policy arenas:

1. URBAN GROWTH AND DECLINE
About #ShrinkingCities, #IndustrialTowns, #Migration and #UrbanManufacturing

2. FLOOD RESILIENT CITIES
About #FloodPrevention, #FloodGovernance and #CitizenScience

3. IMPROVING URBAN NEIGHBOURHOODS
About #SocialHousing, #UrbanIntermediaries, #PublicSpace and #Libraries

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 857160.