The generation of waste is one of the central concerns in urban agglomerations due to the urban population growth, economic burdens imposed on the municipal budget, and nuisances inevitably caused to the environment and local inhabitants. To optimise the system from a sustainability perspective, moving towards a more circular economy is necessary.
BioCanteens Transfer Network is about ensuring the distribution of sustainable school meals in participating cities as a key lever towards the...
This Action Planning network aims to design integrated urban policies in the building sector, a major consumer of raw materials. Since there is a gap...
The URBACT Programme Experts share their thoughts and expectations.
Ania Rok, URBACT programme expert, takes a close look at URBACT's 5 most environmentally friendly networks.
Yvan Corbat, URBACT Lead Expert, says rewarding good behaviour still works! Case in point, in Santiago de Compostela (ES) local citizens are rewarded...
For those familiar with Asterix comics, Mouans-Sartoux (FR) could be compared to a small sustainable city, surrounded by the rather unsustainable...
How do URBACT Good Practices strive towards more sustainability together with citizens and other stakeholders?
Striving towards sustainability together The occurrences and types of events and catastrophes related to climate change (environmental , biodiversity...