FabCity Summit: Towards locally productive and globally connected cities. Amsterdam, 20th April.

  How can we build a Fab City? Which steps should be taken to make our cities more resilient to future challenges? The FabCity Summit, that will take place on Wednesday the 20th of April at the FabCity campus in Amsterdam, offers the perfect occasion to confront these questions and to work together on the […]

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Sustainable development hand in hand with social inclusion: EU’GO!

Once again the European Union has been the driving force of social innovation, through the so-called Grundtvig Programme. Often underestimated in its innovative and cohesive potential, since 2000 the European Union has regularly funded projects devised at the national level which succeed in providing the adult population “with ways to improve their knowledge and skills, keeping them […]

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European Mobility Week: Citizens for a new urban mobility culture

Each year from 16 to 22 September, more than 2.000 European cities sign up for European Mobility Week, an annual campaign on sustainable urban mobility financed and supported by the European Commission. Even if political commitment at the local level is an essential requirement to join the initiative, the success of EMW really depends on […]

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IS ITALY “GREEN”? THE 2014 REGULATION ON SHARED GARDENS IN ROME

Another step further has been taken by the local administration in the promotion of the public/private partnership and in the care of the green public spaces. It is the case of Rome, where on 17th October 2014, a new regulation on the urban vegetable gardens and shared gardens was approved by the City Council, together […]

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