The Forcalquier "EcoQuartier Historique" is an operation to reclassify an island in an old center, in a sustainable district.
Flood areas primarily aim to delay and store rainwater locally. Climate adaptation by local rainwater delays can be a good and cheap alternative to the wastewater network development and can in many cases be established as part of more traditional infiltration solutions.
The Tartu Urban Sustainable Development Strategy (TLP) is a strategic document created in co-operation between the City of Tartu and five municipalities directly adjacent to it, which defines coordinated efforts to increase the quality of life of the local population and increase the region's compe
The Programme aims to contribute to achieving the Europe 2020 targets for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. 50% of the overall budget is allocated to research and innovation and 50% to low carbon economy (technical assistance excluded).
The commune of Prades-le-Lez is located near Montpellier in a northern direction towards the Pic Saint Loup. It is surrounded by protected forests on the one hand and Lez on the other. The traditional values of the town are marked by respect for its natural heritage and its promotion.
Oslo has been developing a waste management system based on circular principles to ensure separate waste collection is maximised and transform waste into secondary raw materials. To do so it has actively engaged with citizens, farmers as well as with its city’s public transportation company.
The cultural landscape program consists of interregional cooperation between the municipality of Kals am Großglockner, the municipality of Sexten and Cadore scs. The municipalities and regions are of tourist importance, but have undergone socio-economic changes that have affected the landscape.
From a Swedish perspective, Gotland is a living/lively/vital rural region with belief in the future and a strong external brand, nationally as well as internationally, often connected with high quality and untouched nature.
The New Saint Roch is the future urban renewal operation that will develop around the station.This project includes, in addition to the creation of a new district in the city center, the extension and modernization of the Saint Roch station.
The low-carbon economy plan is a strategic document drawn up for 2014-2020 for the Skawiny commune in the field of activities for the development of a low-carbon economy.