The project SMARTilience sets itself the goal of designing a municipal control model for a climate-resilient urban development and using the two German cities of Halle and Mannheim in the application to transfer.
UDP is a framework for decision-making on data-related issues that affect issues of common good, urban value creation and civil society. At the heart of urban data governance is the question of what cities can do to manage data in the interests of their citizens without losing the value creation potential that lies in urban data.
The UNaLab project is contributing to the development of smarter, more inclusive, more resilient and more sustainable urban communities through the implementation of nature-based solutions (NBS), which are co-created with and for local stakeholders and citizens.
Cities and municipalities that interact with citizens via social media are examined. The focus is on the use of social media by the public administration for continuous dialogue, exchange and networking with the citizens and subsequently their effect on selective participation measures in the course of urban development projects and processes.
The project "Morgenstadt Global Smart Cities - global approach, local solutions", funded by the Federal Minestry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) in Germany as part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI), supports model cities in India, Mexico and Peru in the development and implementation of sustainable transformation processes.