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This is the programme for the Milan conference on Competitive Cities and Climate Change held there on 9-10 October 2008.
This conference was held in Milan, Italy, and it's aim was to identify effective policy strategies for metorpolitan areas.
This high-level event brought together government leaders, policy makers and practitioners to examine and elaborate on the link between city competitiveness and social cohesion.
This comprehensive review of compact city policies will provide food for thought for national, sub-national and municipal governments as they seek to address their economic and environmental challenges through the development and implementation of spatial strategies.
This conference was held in Rio de Janeiro on 22-23 October 2007 and provided an opportunity for participating countries to share their reform experiences in government modernisation and policies aimed at increasing public sector efficiencies.
These workshops discussed the cross border cluster “Bio Based Europe” in the provinces Western-Flanders, Eastern-Flanders and Zeeland and the cross border area of the Belval, Ecocité and Pôle Européen de Développement-Longwy.
This report summarises the findings of a case study project on growing clean-tech cluster activity in the Negev region of Israel.
National and sub-national governments around the world are operating substantial policies to promote high-growth firms, that is, firms with the potential to grow rapidly in terms of turnover and employment over a short period of time, generally 3-5 years.
The Negev region has the potential to deliver real and tangible benefits for regional development, green growth and social inclusion. The report explains how the region can exploit its existing strenghts and competitive advantages, including a niche in research, demonstration and testing in renewable energies and water efficiency.
Il Centro OCSE LEED di Trento ha organizzato una tavola rotonda sul tema: “Sempre più divisi: Perché le disuguaglianze continuano a crescere”, venerdì 1 giugno 2012 alle ore 11:00.