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Happy New Year 2011

The Future Cities partnership wishes to you a happy and successful New Year wich brings hopefully a lot of opportunities to meet somewhere in Europe. Have a good start into 2011![meer...]


120 practitioners and scientists met at the Future Cities Mid-term Conference

Participants from the municipal and regional level from all over Europe attended to the Mid-term Conference to discuss the adaptation needs of city regions and to exchange experiences made with adaptation measures. Also, at the...[meer...]


New brochure on the “Future Cities Adaptation Compass” available

The recent brochure was presented by Anke Althoff, project manager of Future Cities, together with Dr. Youba Sokona, co-chair of the ICPP, Dr. Stemplewski (CEO of Emschergenossenschaft / Lippeverband) and Hans van Ammers from the...[meer...]


Urban Climate Recommendation Map for the City of Arnhem

After the Urban Climate Analysis Map, or heat map, Arnhem is now working on the Urban Climate Recommendation Map, or heat attention map. This map shows how unwanted heat accumulation, now and in the future, can be prevented or...[meer...]


Municipality of Tiel wins award for climate project

The municipality of Tiel won an award with a proposal for a climate project. The project combines the construction of a sustainable energy supply with a lowering of groundwater levels and the remediation of groundwater pollution....[meer...]


Future Cities mid-term Conference coming up on 29.09.2010

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The Future Cities partnership celebrates mid-term. Registration is now open until 30.07.2010.[meer...]


Test run of Future Cities Adaptation Compass

A core group of the Future Cities partners met today, June 15th, in Essen at the Emschergenossenschaft to make a first test run through the adaptation tool for climate-proof city regions: The Future Cities Adaptation...[meer...]

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