We offer workshops and trainings on urban planning for health. Using the Healthy Cities Generator – a hands-on, practical planning tool designed to give actionable indicators for anyone looking to integrate health into planning – we can help your team evaluate the health impact of urban planning actions to reveal how small adjustments could make a big difference to the lives of local people.
To become a liveable city you need to mainstream multiple policy objectives horizontally across various departments and organisations, their priorities and actions. We help facilitate your working groups to effectively deliver multiple co-benefits through your urban planning processes and investment programmes.
Existing nature-based solutions (NBS) are being tested that primarily focus on delivering ecosystem services, but they are not designed specifically for health and well-being. There is a need for innovative solutions that go further to integrate even more urban issues.
Moreover, we need the evidence base to measure and value these solutions (e.g. what is the exact influence on air quality? Or the impact on improved health?). We can help create the business and the financial and governance models for their wider deployment.
To help local authorities develop and reach their Healthy City ambitions, we support urban planning, mobility strategies, investment planning and urban management to promote and coordinate active mobility and use of public transport.
Want to learn more about the AMULET project, funding opportunities and how to apply to the Open Call?
Don’t miss the Info Day on the May 18th!
Register now: https://lnkd.in/dHSzv_qs
The ACCESS project was at the @NorthSeaRegion conference yesterday!
Project representative Evi Lambie from @VITObelgium took station at the booth taking part in interesting discussions about ACCESS and the #EnergyTransition.
#WearetheNorthSea #AllAboardNSR #interreg
The RIGHTWEIGHT support programme can help you improve your competitiveness in the #auto or #aero industries. Put your innovative #lightweight solution to the test and receive high-level support.
View the challenges and apply today!
🎥 | A self-driving electric bus will transport workers from one part of the Barcelona port to another as part of a pilot test carried out by the autonomous driving tech company Pendel Mobility (@baxcompany)
If you missed last week’s webinar ‘Shaping the future of #exoskeletons’, you can check out the recording on YouTube 👇
Click below to hear findings from the UK’s first exoskeletons labs presented by @NMIS_group, @UniStrathclyde & @BE_STbuild.💡
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