Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024
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  • Update on Urban Future: Making cities sustainable!
  • Ghent hosts cities for end to energy crisis
  • Eurocities policy paper: New Urban Waste Water Directive
  • OMEGA-X, new Gaia-X Lighthouse project – Open & Agile Smart Cities
  • CALL FOR EXPERTS – ‘Innovative Smart City Business Models and Financing Schemes’
  • Scalable Cities calls for experts are now open!
  • GovTech Connect Boot camps – Open calls
  • The European Urban Initiative has two capacity-building open calls
  • Registration is open for European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2023!
  • ASCR forscht an intelligentem Schutz fürs Stromnetz – Aspern Smart City Research
  • Wer? Wie Was? – Ihre Fragen zu solaren Wärmenetzen – Difu-Veranstaltungen
  • Save the date for Urban Mobility Days 2023
  • CIVITAS: Ready-to-go mobility measures & methods
  • Diskurs am Dienstag: Mobilitätsbildung – Sicher und selbständig unterwegs? – Difu-Veranstaltungen
  • Latest publications by ELTIS
  • Cluj-Napoca to have real-time bus tracking
  • Bucharest to implement a Hub to share data and information
  • 8 steps to walkability
  • Glasgow is preparing for the start of its Low Emission Zone in June 2023
  • Swedish EU Presidency: Sustainable artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence for sustainability
  • Kommunen investieren noch nicht genug in den Klimaschutz – Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik
  • Weitere Publikationen  des difu zum Klimaschutz
  • Fokus: Die ersten 100 Tage als Klimaschutzmanager*in (2. Auflage)
  • Kommunale Klimainvestitionen im Spannungsfeld zwischen steigenden Bedarfen und begrenzten Ressourcen
  • Kommunale Investitionen in Klimaschutz und -anpassung: finanzielle Dimensionen und Rolle der Kämmereien
  • BMWSB: Junges Wohnen: Bezahlbaren Wohnraum für junge Menschen in Ausbildung schaffen
  • ​Nachhaltigkeit bei Dienstleistungen und Smart Services ​​- Fraunhofer IAO
  • ​Smarter Customer Self-Service – Fraunhofer IAO
  • „Intelligent Cities Challenge 2.0“ unterstützt grüne und digitale Stadtentwicklung – Smart City Dialog
  • ​Eröffnung des Urban Innovation Hub »uih!« in Heilbronn​ – Fraunhofer IAO
  • Starkregengefahrenkarten: Stadt verschickt über 48.000 Informationsschreiben – Einfach. Smart. Münster.
  • Dortmund: Neues Infoheft “aufbruch city” zeigt Bandbreite der Cityentwicklung
  • Gesellschaftliche Teilhabe: Stadt Dortmund beteiligt sich an Kampagne “Assistenzhund willkommen”
  • Wissenschaft & Bildung: Jetzt anmelden für die 6. Dortmunder Wissenschaftskonferenz zur Energiezukunft
  • Presenting the New Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard University
  • Headlines by Next City
  • How A Lexington Nonprofit Is Increasing Participation In Local Government
  • Can A Filipino Cultural District Revive San Francisco’s Downtown?
  • Incineration Won’t Solve A City’s Waste Problem
  • Aarhus launches ambitious initiative on cyber- and information security
  • Six largest cities: 9,000 new early childhood education professionals with higher education degrees needed by 2030
  • Circular economy and robots in Kera
  • Global headlines about Smart City developments
  • Artificial Intelligence Helping Build The Next Generation Of Smart Cities
  • Peerless-AV teams with Valmont Industries on smart city kiosks
  • The rise of smart cities and AI-powered education: a look into the future
  • After Ninth Circuit tosses Berkeley gas ban for new buildings, climate-focused cities examine their options
  • World’s cities go head to head in race to spot most urban wildlife
  • G7 Ministers for Climate, Energy and Environment advance multilevel governance by announcing historic commitment for dialogue with Urban7 on subnational climate action
  • ICLEI Action Fund 2.0 announces city awardees of 7 million euros for data-driven projects
  • Culver City’s MOVE Project to Create Shared Bus and Bike Lanes in …
  • European City Facility launches new call for clean energy investments
  • UK to pilot use of innovative EO technology for public services
  • Airtel 5G now available across 3000 cities and towns: How to activate, 5G plans and more details
  • Cities That Have Gained The Most Millionaires In The Last Decade, Ranked
  • Miami, Seven Other Cities to Test Cargo Bikes
  • May Mobility launches Arizona’s first on-demand autonomous public transit service for 55+ community
  • DPD Latvia develops air quality monitoring program in Riga
  • Smart City tech market could grow to $300bn in ten years, report says
  • Simpleview and CityDNA launch the VivaCITY Challenge at CityDNA International Conference in Sofia
  • Toronto Transit Commission confirms 340 new e-buses
  • Portland’s plans for a zero-emission delivery zone sound like a breath of fresh air
  • May Mobility launches autonomous transit service for Arizona retirement community
  • New York City considering installing electric bicycle charging stations
  • Nigeria: New 300 ha eco-city in Lagos to include vertical farm
  • Mumbai residents have India’s cheapest public transport—because their city spends the most
  • City Destinations Alliance in pursuit of positive impact of tourism
  • Helping cities build community
  • The startup CEO remaking City Hall
  • The World’s Friendliest (And Unfriendliest) Cities, Ranked
  • Cities Where Rent Has Risen The Most In Every State
  • REPORT on the new EU urban mobility framework – A9-0108/2023

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