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22 October 2020
The 9th EUSDR Annual Forum, jointly organised by the Republic of Croatia, the European Commission and the Danube Transnational Programme with the support of the Danube Strategy Point, will take place on 22nd October 2020.
We are at a crucial moment of the EU´s history. Never has cooperation been so crucial, because never before have challenges been so global. The experiences gained during the previous period will be helpful in moving forward even more united.
At this moment, the main issue which the participating states of the Danube Region Strategy are faced with are the following: minimization of the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare systems and citizens’ health along with the simultaneous restoration of economic and social activities.
There will be also a great and unique opportunity for promotion of deeper and wider cooperation between EUSDR EU-member states and candidate/potential candidate countries participating in the EUSDR with special focus on the fields of how to put the EUSDR Action Plan into practice
Before its official opening, the 7th Danube Participation Day – Youth Participation in the Danube Region event will be organised on 21st October 2020 as a side event.Register now
22.10.2020-5.11.2020, Chemnitz (Germany)
The RAW festival is an independent festival format within the framework of Days of Industrial Culture.
InduCCI contributes to the festival by organizing New Pioneers workshops: hands-on workshops run by CCI, taking up industry-related topics. Participants learn about past and present entrepreneurial spirit. Creativity within industrial regions is visualized.
MaGICLandscapes Regional Final Event
Gemeinsam mit regionalen Vertreter*innen konnten im Rahmen des Projektes MaGICLandscapes in den vergangenen Jahren Konzepte und Maßnahmen für ein verantwortungsvolles Management von Grüner Infrastruktur erarbeitet sowie konkrete Handlungsfelder und -strategien in den Bezirken Hollabrunn und Horn identifiziert werden.
Im Fokus der Veranstaltung steht dabei die Veranschaulichung der Multifunktionalität der Grünen Infrastruktur (z.B. Klimaschutz & Anpassung an den Klimawandel, Gesundheit & Lebensqualität, Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Tourismus & Erholung, Schutz der Biodiversität, etc.) anhand konkreter Aktionspläne. Gemeinsam wurden dabei Werkzeuge und Strategien erarbeitet, um lebenswichtige Naturräume kosteneffizient und nachhaltig zu schützen und zu verbinden.
Anhand von Praxisbeispielen für die Leistungen der Grünen Infrastruktur und Konzepten für die Umsetzung eines solchen strategisch geplanten Netzwerkes natürlicher und naturnaher Flächen, zeigen ExpertInnen und AkteurInnen regionale Umsetzungsmöglichkeiten, Initiativen und Erfolgsmodelle:
Theresa Brandstetter - Unser Klima Retzer Land
DI Horst Leitner - Büro für Wildökologie und Forstwirtschaft
Bgm. Manfred Nigl - Gemeinde Retzbach
Janine Oettel, MSc & Dr. Silvio Schüler - Bundesforschungszentrum für Wald (BFW)
Roman Portisch, MSc - Landwirtschaftskammer Niederösterreich
DI Thomas Rögner - Abteilung Wasserbau, Amt der NÖ Landesregierung
Mit der abschließenden Vorführung des Dokumentarkurzfilms „In Beziehung zur Natur sein“ von Lenka Ovčáčková, der Grüne Infrastruktur im Bereich des Nationalparks Thayatal-Podyjí und des westlichen Weinviertels und östlichen Waldviertels beleuchtet, möchten wir die Veranstaltung ausklingen lassen und zur gemeinsamen Umsetzung einladen.
Für etwaige Fragen und Anregungen stehen wir Ihnen jederzeit gerne zur Verfügung. Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Teilnahme.
Aufgrund einer begrenzten Teilnehmerzahl wird eine Anmeldung bis 21. Oktober 2020 erbeten unter: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 2020 - November 2020
CCI professionals introduce techniques (design thinking, digital storytelling, BMC, performances) into a business context. After a series of site visits, interviews and workshops they share their techniques in the business context. The methods are conveyed to multipliers working with public as well as industry.
27 October 2020, 10:00 - 12:40
This webinar and succeeding workshop provides good practice and knowledge transfer in sustainable urban mobility planning. A large part of LOW-CARB's vision is to spread our strategies, tools, and innovations across central Europe. To make our knowledge more accessible, we have translated many of our resources into key central European languages.
In the same approach, we will hold this webinar in the Czech language.
The session and succeeding workshop will provide good practice and knowledge transfer jointly with CIVINET Czech and Slovak Republics, Transport Research Center, and the town of Litoměřice.
The 2.5 hour program includes
The webinar is intended for representatives of cities, heads of transport and development departments, as well as urban mobility coordinators and planners. The event will also include the possibility of networking between cities and involvement with CIVINET cities, which are actively involved in sustainable mobility.
Download the agenda:
"Integrated mobility solutions to enhance regional transport"
As today’s mobility needs of citizens have become more composite, regions and cities are required to elaborate sustainable and inclusive approaches to address them. While traditional public transport represents the backbone of the mobility system, shared, flexible solutions and their integration in the network create new opportunities for territories with different densities. The INTERREG Central Europe SHAREPLACE Project has developed a comprehensive strategy based on stakeholders engagement, co-design of mobility solutions, open source based digitalisation and innovative business models in order to reshape transport networks in five pilot regions. New shared and flexible mobility solutions have been tested in Ulm – Germany, Bergamo and Crema, Italy, Osijek in Croatia and Zalaegerszeg in Hungary, and will be scaled up and replicated in order to become key elements of future transport networks better connecting cities and regions.
The SHAREPLACE final conference will present the experiences and lessons learned through the co-design, development and testing of innovative solutions, and discuss the future of integrated mobility under different perspectives: planning, governance, technology and market. Participants will have the chance to learn about the experiences and open source solutions developed within the project and their replicability in their mobility strategies and networks, and to actively join the debate on sustainable and inclusive solutions for integrated mobility.
The following topics will be covered by the programme:
The conference will be held online. Participation is free but registration is required: https://pretix.eu/ShareplaceFinalConference/tytdw/
Detailed information will be available here soon. For more information please contact Natasa Hodzic-Srndic (email@example.com)
16.11 - 20.11.2020, Chemnitz, Germany
Employees from industrial companies are brought together with CCI entrepreneurs for working jointly on branch challenges.
Workshops are integrated in the 'Chemnitz Startup Week'.
18 November 2020
Digital Transport Days 2020 will be held on 18 November in digital format. The conference will address new mobility challenges and the European vision of digitalisation for transport and mobility, as well as look at what extent the COVID-19 pandemic has affected it, and how digitalisation can contribute to recovery and a return to a ‘new normal’ life. Further you can learn about the contribution of digitalisation to the EU Green deal, to TEN-T networks and to the further development of the European mobility data space.
Further details will follow soon. For any questions and comments, feel free to contact the European Commission at info(at)digitaltransport.eu.
25 November 09:00 - 13:00
Leapfrog your way to a low carbon future by joining us at our all-informative final event on November 25th!
LOW-CARB will present its major outputs and public resources including: tools, lessons learned, and pilot implemented over the past 3 years as an Interreg Central European project!
LOW-CARB is a transnational project in Central Europe increasing the planning capacities of organisations and city governments to transition to low-carbon mobility. Its tackles burning issues of Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning by introducing several new LOW CARBon pilot measures across Central Europe.
The final conference will present the project’s innovations to empower others to join us in the transition to low-carbon cities. The conference agenda will be formalized and published here in due time.
December 2020, Veneto region (Italy)
The Padova Chamber of Commerce challenges designers to make proposals for improving workers' welfare in industrial companies.
December 2020 - Maart 2021, Chemnitz (Germany)
Since 2017, the Economic Development Corporation of the City of Chemnitz runs the schem KRACH for locating CCI in Chemnitz. Based on an evaluation of lessons learned , the will test in InduCCI new approaches, especially on the the internationalisation of the scheme. Amongst other thrings, free commercial and retail spaces will be offered to Chemnitz start-ups.
December 2020, Veneto region (Italy)
Examples of CCI work for industry are presented in an exhibition for youngsters. The exhibition informs about the existing CCI educational institutions and future job opportunties in industry. The digital art exhibit is put on display during an educational fair and/or in a public space.
February 2021 - March 2021, Chemnitz (Germany)
SACCI offers a temporary public showroom concept for regional CCI products (a.o. exhibitions). Aim is to increase visibility of CCI and to start off practical CCI cluster activities. An industrial city in transformation!
15.02.2021 - 15.03.2021
SACCI (Saxony, Germany) and CREARE (Linz, Austria) offer cross-over workshops for artistic and technological innovators (as both work experimentally and exploratory). Results are exhibited in both regions for intensifying public discourse on the future of industry and industrial societies.
03.03 - 05.03.2021, Linz (Austria)
48 hours of hacking time, 3 challenges for creatives, connection with local industries!
Result-driven workshops where industrial companies pitch CCI challenges and CCI develop solutions.
25.03.2021, Linz (Austria)
CCI open up their work zones to the public. Through promoting the regional CCI landscape, the shift from heavy to creative industry is marked.
April 2021, Kranj (Slovenia)
In Kranj (Ruardova Grascina), a Culture Café - a centre for creativity where different generations meet each other is opened. To develop the café a previously unknown cooperation between CCI, youngsters, citizens and the public sectors has been set up.