We can help you assess your city’s liveability potential and establish your priorities. Our Acceleration programme engages innovators and investors and their solutions to become a liveable city of the future.
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.
No more excuses: groundbreaking ruling of Spain’s Supreme Court forces regions to act on #cleanair & #ozone. Inaction of central government no pretext for complacency.
Well done @ecologistas
Streets can be used for so many things other than driving and storing cars. Here, a street in Amsterdam that has been turned into a place for gathering, and everyday life. Look out your window at your street – imagine what it could become… HT@GBCycleEmbassy
We’ve been working on a strategic plan for the #SupplyChain transition in the chemical industry. Want to find out more about our approach to #AcceleratingInnovation? Check out: https://baxcompany.com/insights/green-chemistry-new-economy/
As #sustainability continues to grow in importance globally, @ABBRobotics is committed to helping create more environmentally friendly manufacturing facilities across the world. So much so, it recycles and re-manufactures thousands of old #robots! https://roboticsandautomationnews.com/2020/07/06/abb-says-it-recycles-and-re-manufactures-thousands-of-old-robots/33816/
A software development environment provides many possibilities for innovation, but also puts some constraints on innovation processes that can be bypassed, bringing success to the company and innovators.
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