Our homes are essential for a successful society. They provide shelter and a safe space from which all of us, individually and collectively, can take part. But those homes need to be fit for purpose. They need to be ready for the challenges we face over the coming decades.
Since March, lockdowns have been reinforced by numerous states in Europe.The SCC01 projects launched asocial media campaign on April called #CityFromMyWindowto promote solidarity among citizens
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Despite strong initial reluctance to the innovative retrofitting of their flats, residents in a Valladolid district (Spain) are now enjoying improved comfort and lower fuel bills as they head towards winter, all thanks to an EU-funded project, REMOURBAN.
The REMOURBAN project held its final Nottingham conference in mid-October, bringing together the 22 partners from 7 countries to reflect on the pioneering urban regeneration modelling achieved over the last 5 years
From dream to reality: sharing experiences from leading European Smart Cities
Nottingham aims to become the UK's first carbon-neutral city by 2028.As part of this drive, low temperature district heating has been trialled in the city via the EU-funded project REMOURBAN.
8 October 2019, from 14:30-17:00
Tepebaşı is a town of Eskişehir in western Turkey embracing a return to urban cycling albeit with a novelty – the bikes are electric
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511