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    Is the compact city model endangered? Article COVER

    Is the compact city model endangered?

    Three Action Planning Networks (2019 - 2022) came together to gather inspiration on how people can experience and move through the city.

    Ivan Tosics

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    Re-humanising cities: new approaches to urban mobility and public space

    How are towns and cities rebuilding streets for people, not cars? Answers in the latest URBACT Walk and Roll Cities webinar…

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Greening as a pathway to resilience in urban areas

    Leafy places in cities can greatly improve health and happiness. But here’s the thing: green isn’t always good for everyone.

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Walk and Roll Cities: a transformation towards people-centred streets

    Meet the URBACT cities exploring links between mobility and public space to promote sustainable, inclusive, attractive urban areas.

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Cities are finding innovative ways to help poor neighbourhoods

    See how SmartImpact is sharing its learning.

    Ivan Tosics

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  • The German Presidency conference ‘Europe’s Cities Fit For Future’

    Subjective notes by URBACT Expert Iván Tosics on this input event for the New Leipzig Charter.

     

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Metropolitan areas under the pandemic

    What can we learn about Functional Urban Area governance from Covid-19 responses?

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Urban poverty and the pandemic

    It's not just a health crisis we are living.

    Ivan Tosics

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  • Urban Heritage within URBACT projects

    Culture and Heritage are key topics for URBACT cities: from renovations of historic buildings to new management methods.

    Ivan Tosics

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