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Introduction to the Case: ”Lake Päijänne biosphere initiative” by Ms. Päivi Halinen, Senior Adviser, ProPäijänne  Association
Type: Video
Brownfield redevelopment is an important topic in Europe, where many countries and cities are experiencing rapid urbanisation. The aim of this brochure is to enable experiences of brownfield redevelopment to be exchanged between the Central Baltic countries (Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Sweden) by providing knowledge about the conditions for brownfield redevelopment in each country. The brochure…
Type: Publication
The purpose of the Union of the Baltic Cities Sustainability Action Programme 2016–2021 is to guide the whole network of the UBC towards development of a smart and sustainable Baltic Sea Region.
Type: Publication
Christmas greetings from Björn Grönholm and the SCC Team.
Type: eBulletin
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The leaflet presents the focus areas and major activities planned in the IWAMA project.
Type: Publication
Topic: Water
Autumn greetings from Björn Grönholm
Type: eBulletin
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Summer holiday greetings Dear UBC colleagues,
Type: eBulletin
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This Working Paper "Public–Private–People Partnerships in Urban Planning" is one of the deliverables of the Baltic Urban Lab project (Central Baltic INTERREG), and it discusses the potentials and challenges in Public–private–people partnerships and presents examples of methods for partnership and participation.
Type: Publication
The Participation Kit is dedicated to providing practical advice underpinned by city examples on engaging citizens and stakeholders in the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) development process. It provides information on how to integrate participation into the transport planning process and prepare, manage and evaluate involvement activities. The Participation Kit consists of the following…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The Institutional Cooperation Kit supports mobility practitioners in improving geographic, political, administrative and interdepartmental cooperation in Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) development and implementation. It provides practical advice on cooperation frameworks, managing SUMP partnerships and agreeing on responsibilities for SUMP delivery. The Institutional Cooperation Kit…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The Measure Selection Kit provides guidance on identifying the most appropriate packages of measures to meet a city’s policy objectives. It explores the current understanding of measure selection in transport planning and its challenges, and suggests practical approaches to tackling them. The Measure Selection Kit consists of the following components:
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The Monitoring & Evaluation Kit has been designed to support mobility practitioners in assessing the impact of measures and evaluating the mobility planning process. It looks at designing the process of monitoring and evaluation, choosing suitable indicators and data and selecting the most appropriate data presentation, analysis and evaluation methods – all underpinned by city examples. It…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
Spring and summer expectations – focus on positive next steps Dear UBC colleagues,
Type: eBulletin
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DYN@MO promotional video "Your Choice/ Our future” provides a quick overview of the main accomplishments up to now of the DYN@MO project, comprising the cities of Aachen, Gdynia, Koprivnica and Palma de Mallorca. The video also highlights that new mobility planning and smart technologies create opportunities for changing mobility behaviour and creating a citizen friendly urban environment. Enjoy…
Type: Video
Topic: Mobility
Dear most valuable UBC colleagues, Time flies and we are approaching Christmas and the end of the year! Let´s have a look-back:
Type: eBulletin
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The Moment of Cities and Sustainability
Type: Environmental Bulletin
Topic: Energy, Water
This brochure describes how the DYN@MO cities Aachen, Gdynia, Koprivnica and Palma are using – each city in its own way and own scale – a combination of instruments to speed up the wider uptake of electric vehicles among the city’s fleet and households. Frontrunner Aachen has set ambitious goals for all transport modes in its long-term e-mobility vision and relevant stakeholders are involved…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
This brochure describes the practical experiences of the cities’ introduction and extension of the usage of sharing schemes with traditional bicycles, electric bicycles as well as with electric and hybrid cars. Numerous advantages of sharing schemes are pointed out in the brochure. Besides saving money for the individual and improving the environment, the concept paves the way for multi-modal use…
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
A new step on our UBC Sustainability stairway! Dear reader,
Type: eBulletin
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Welcome to the UBC Sustainability eBulletin! You are just reading the first issue of our new electronic eBulletin!There is a lot going on in our commission at the moment and I would like to invite you to take a moment and get acquainted with all the news.As member cities you know this already:
Type: eBulletin
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The brochure shares DYN@MO cities’ practical experiences and knowledge gained in the conversion processes – from a hybrid to an electric bus in Aachen, from a diesel bus to a trolleybus in Gdynia and from a diesel bus to an electric bus in Koprivnica.
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
The involvement and participation of citizens and stakeholders in the sustainable urban mobility planning process is necessary in order to obtain public legitimacy and create a plan that satisfies the mobility needs of people. With the adoption of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), citizen participation methods have started to shift more towards online environments.
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility
Make Solutions with Businesses!
Type: Environmental Bulletin
CIVITAS DYN@MO is an ambitious project bringing together four European cities that have agreed on a mission to strengthen sustainable mobility. DYN@MO is short for the project motto DYNamic citizens @ctive for sustainable MObility. The participating cities are Aachen (DE), Gdynia (PL), Palma de Mallorca (ES) and Koprivnica (HR).
Type: Publication
Topic: Mobility