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Empower citizens to take part in the energy transition could be highly relevant considering the ongoing revisions of the #EnergyEfficiency, #RenewableEnergy and Energy Performance of Buildings Directives.

26 Oct | 14:00-15:30
https://www.matchup-project.eu/event/eu-sustainable-energy-week-2/

#EUSEW2021

How can major events in Dresden be designed to become more sustainable and environmentally conscious? How can information be integrated more effectively?
Participants to the #OpenDataCamp can exchange ideas on the topic and get rewarded👉https://www.dresden.de/de/wirtschaft/wirtschaftsstandort/projekte-kooperationen/open-data-camp-2021.php

#repaintdresden

E-ink panels and blockchain-based services: new smart mobility tools tested in Spain

Article - 23 Jun 2020
In 2020 Spain declared a national climate emergency. As mobility plays a big role in producing greenhouse gas emissions, Madrid and Barcelona are testing blockchain technology in transport services, while Valencia is studying innovative solar-powered e-ink displays in multimodal hubs

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Covid-19 crisis: a stress-test for smart cities

Article - 16 Apr 2020
The Covid-19 emergency is trialling our technologies, infrastructure and laws. In this context the EU has released a common toolbox for contact tracing apps to support gradual lifting of confinement measures. From the frantic race against time to fight off the coronavirus, we will inherit scientific and technological knowledge that could make our cities smarter and better equipped to face such global crisis in the future

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Overtourism: crowd control through ICT solutions

Article - 26 Feb 2020
New technologies have offered a low cost and easy way to travel, but most tourist cities are failing to keep pace with managing the increased visitor flows. However, the same ICT sector is now being called on to deliver smart solutions to deal with overtourism and avoid the congestion of city centres

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Air pollution in Skopje: how citizens spurred policymakers towards the change

Article - 03 Dec 2019
The air in Skopje, North Macedonia, is one of the most polluted in the world because of the city’s natural position and people's reliance on fossil fuels. However, over recent years, many citizens have started demonstrating against this plague, pushing policymakers to follow their new will

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Twitter

Empower citizens to take part in the energy transition could be highly relevant considering the ongoing revisions of the #EnergyEfficiency, #RenewableEnergy and Energy Performance of Buildings Directives.

26 Oct | 14:00-15:30
https://www.matchup-project.eu/event/eu-sustainable-energy-week-2/

#EUSEW2021

How can major events in Dresden be designed to become more sustainable and environmentally conscious? How can information be integrated more effectively?
Participants to the #OpenDataCamp can exchange ideas on the topic and get rewarded👉https://www.dresden.de/de/wirtschaft/wirtschaftsstandort/projekte-kooperationen/open-data-camp-2021.php

#repaintdresden