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MaGICLandscapes Regional Final Event
04849 Bad Düben
In den letzten drei Jahren haben wir uns intensiv mit der grünen Infrastruktur in der Dübener Heide beschäftigt. Neben den theoretischen Grundlagen und Untersuchungen zum Status quo grüner Infrastruktur, haben wir vor allem die Leistungen Grüner Infrastruktur und ihre Vorteile (Benefits) für uns Menschen analysiert. Darauf aufbauend entstand eine umfassende Strategie zur Förderung grüner Infrastruktur in der Dübener Heide untersetzt mit einer Reihe von Aktionsplänen.
Bei diesem Abschlussworkshop möchten wir Ihnen die im Rahmen des Projektes MaGICLandscapes entwickelten Ergebnisse und entwickelten Werkzeuge zum Management grüner Infrastruktur vorstellen und dabei insbesondere auf die Strategie und Aktionspläne eingehen, die im Laufe der vergangenen Veranstaltungen mit Ihrer Unterstützung entwickelt wurden. Weiterhin wollen wir Ihnen zeigen, wie Sie die Projektergebnisse und Werkzeuge für Ihre Arbeit nutzen können, um die Entwicklung und Vernetzung von Grünräumen in der Dübener Heide und darüber hinaus zu fördern.
MaGICLandscapes Regional Final Event
Kyjovský pivovar, Komenského 596/64, Kyjov
Rádi bychom všechny pozvali do krajiny Kyjovska prostřednictvím výstupů z mezinárodního projektu MaGICLandscapes. V průběhu let 2017 – 2020 jsme objevovali zelenou infrastrukturu v území obce s rozšířenou působností Kyjov prostřednictvím historických i aktuálních map a rozsáhlých terénních šetření.
V rámci projektu vznikla Příručka zelené infrastruktury a Strategie Zelené infrastruktury na Kyjovsku
Součástí Strategie jsou i Akční plány pro jednotlivé obce, které bychom vám rádi představili tak, aby se co nejvíce rozšířily mezi místní obyvatele.
Rádi se se všemi potkáme a pobavíme se o ochraně krásné krajiny Kyjovska.
Na setkání se těšte i na malé pohoštění.
Pokud uvažujete u účasti, prosíme o vyplnění formuláře: https://forms.gle/brkngLBhHdADKkcMA
Více informace najdete ZDE.
Zpět do PŘEHLED EVENTŮ nebo HLAVNÍ STRÁNKA
29 September - 02 October 2020
The conference combines two leading events from Europe’s transport calendar: the CIVITAS Forum Conference and the European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs). It will allow policymakers, local authorities, academics, NGOs, urban transport practitioners, urban planners and all those putting the SUMP concept into practice to share their experiences using a virtual forum.
Over the course of the digital conference, you will hear sustainable urban mobility success stories from the CIVITAS Living Labs projects - and other examples of pioneering excellence from Europe and further afield. These will equip attendees with inspiration, tools, and know-how to further advance clean and sustainable transport in line with the European Green Deal.
With such a wealth of expertise and knowledge-sharing, Urban Mobility Days provides the ideal opportunity to digitally network, debate key issues, and exchange ideas on emerging transport trends and technologies and the latest developments in sustainable urban mobility planning.
Creative industry & VR/AR
The event will take place in the framework of the Hightech Summit, a yearly conference bringing together companies and research institutions working in different technology fields in the South-West of Germany. The event will focus on the convergence of creative industry with VR/AR and usability.
TitleShaping sustainable mobility in peripheral districts by looking through the functional urban area planning lens: ccessful measures and tools to guide practitioners through the integrated mobility planning process beyond the city centre areaDescriptionThe very first SUMP guiding principle counts on planning mobility at the functional urban area level, looking at the daily flows of goods and people beyond the city boundaries. Many cities keep focused on relieving the city centre of intensive motorized traffic to leave room for a thriving, liveable and safe environment based on leisure activities, but districts outside the central area or close to the city limits come across different mobility challenges having to face regular travel-to-work flows and daily exchange with suburban areas and surrounding communities.Our session looks at how mobility planning can become a more dynamic and flexible process based on actual movement patterns. Join our session to find out more about how Leipzig (Germany) conducted an integrated mobility planning process in the North Area of the city based on enhanced public transport and new mobility services, and explore how the CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project has tested more than fifty urban solutions to achieve a more sustainable mobility in five Living Labs, with a special focus on the city of Madrid (Spain). Two projects brought their knowledge together to develop a new SUMP Topic Guide (soon to be published) focusing on innovative ways and tools to tackle the mobility process at the functional urban area level by enhancing sustainable mobility in peripheral districts. The authors are excited to exchange with participants what are the needs and challenges of cooperating across institutions and city authorities to create comprehensive planning strategies that satisfy the mobility needs at the functional urban area level.Session moderatorWolfgang Backhaus, Rupprecht ConsultTopics and presentersCarsten Schuldt, mobility expert at Leipzig Transport Company, will present the development of the mobility strategy for the Leipzig North Area, an industrial and business peripheral district - a masterplan defined by public transport and inter-modality services enhancement to improve the commuting flows at peak hours. Moreover, Carlos Verdaguer, integrated urban planning and mobility expert of Gea21, technical manager of CIVITAS ECCENTRIC project, will present a set of measures Madrid implemented to enhance sustainable mobility in districts outside the city centre.In the second part, a new planning instrument developed to support local and regional authorities to reflect on the current mobility planning situation and pattern at different geographical levels – the SUMP Self-Assessment Tool - will be presented by one of its authors: Lasse Brand, mobility consultant at Rupprecht Consult. Finally, a new project on mobility planning in more and more dynamic and flexible contexts will be presented. The session moderator, Dr. Wolfgang Backhaus will present on how this project from an experimental call in the Interreg Central Europe program capitalises on integrating outputs from Interreg and Horizon 2020 projects to increase the ability of mobility planners to deal with new mobility trends.Registrationhttp://www.eumd.org/registerPlease select our side session at 11:30 on 02 October 2020.
05-22 October 2020
This year, the #EURegionsWeek will spread over three consecutive weeks in October, from 5th to 22nd. There are more than 500 working sessions for you to discover, covering various topics along the thematic priorities Empowering Citizens, Cohesion and Cooperation and Green Europe.
Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE will take an active part also in this year's edition. Join our sessions on 13-14 October 2020:
MaGICLandscapes Final Conference
At the MaGICLandscapes Final Conference on 6th October 2020, 14:00-17:00 CEST, the partners present the outputs and tools developed within the project. Transnational and regional studies on the spatial analysis of green infrastructure in central Europe, its ecological functionality and its ecosystem services and potential are discussed. With reference to 9 case study areas the functionality of green infrastructure and its public benefits are demonstrated. 9 green infrastructure strategy and action plans were developed to address local and regional needs and opportunities. These strategies and action plans are introduced by the project partners.
The conference will take place online and in English language.
Final events in the regions
In addition to the Online Final Conference in English further regional final events will take place in the nine case study areas. The partners will introduce their national/regional target audience to the project outputs, lessons learnt and their green infrastructure strategies and action plans in their national language.
11.09.2020 Zittau (DE) more information
15.09.2020 Vrchlabí (CZ) more information
15.09.2020 Prague (CZ) !Event cancelled!
24.09.2020 Kyjov (CZ) more information
24.09.2020 Bad Düben (DE) more information
20.10.2020 Wojanów (PL)
20.10.2020 Turin (IT)
23.10.2020 Hardegg (AT)
The MaGICLandscapes Final Conference and the regional final events are partner events of the EU Green Week 2020.
Header illustration: Anja Maria Eisen
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14 October 2020
EU Regions Week: Q&A session on Zoom
21st October 2020, 13:00-16:00, Online Meeting
The SYNERGY Final Conference will take place on 21st October 2020 from 13:00-16:00 in a virtual meeting. We invite all interested stakeholder traget groups from academia, industry, policy making and general public to participate in the conference and to learn more about the achievements that result from three years of successful SYNERGY partnership.
The SYNERGY project has focused on improving sustainable linkages among different stakeholder target groups of the innovation systems to jointly strengthen the regional innovation capacities in Central Europe over the entire duration of the project. For this purpose, we analyzed relevant innovation projects and organizations within the most promising industrial technologies that were then transformed into Synergic Networks for the key project areas of Additive Manufacturing & 3D-Printing, Industry 4.0 and Micro- & Nanotechnologies. Based on this, we developed the SYNERGY Profiling (SynPro) Tool and identified the stakeholders' needs and expectations on open innovation to finally develop and launch the Synergic Crowd Innovation Platform (SCIP) and establish the SYNERGY Crowd Innovation Strategy. We are looking forward to sharing the knowledge and experiences that we gained from all these activities with you during the final conference.
The conference will be very diverse with representatives from all our stakeholder traget groups in the different SYNERGY partner regions. More details on the final conference, participation and registration will be announced soon on the SYNERGY website and social media channels.
We are already looking forward to your participation!
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.