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Smart Cities Week 2013

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Smart Cities Cooperation D-A-CH

The objective of the D_A_Ch initiative is to strengthen the cooperation of research and development in the field of the future smart and energy efficient cities and communities.
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EU - Level Approaches to Urban Development

Cities are increasingly important for the implementation of European policies and need to be involved in new forms of cooperations as e.g. H2020, EIP etc.
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Urban Megatrends: the JPI Urban Europe

Urban regions across Europe are going to be affected by challenges resulting from megatrends in diverse ways depending on the urban characteristics.
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Dialogue Spots

In ten different dialogue spots transnational cooperations of cities as exemplified by TRANSFORM (FP7) and TRANSFORM plus (KLIEN3) as well as selected projects funded by JPI Urban Europe were presented and future challenges discussed.
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Keynote: UK’s Efforts to Address the Smart Cities Agenda

Chris Dunham talked about UK‘s efforts to address the smart cities agenda.

Keynote: Smart Technology – Climate Friendly City?

Reinhard Jank talked in his keynote about climate friendly cities and how smart system optimization will be the key to a successful energy transition in the future.

Spotlight: Smart Cities and the human being?

Klaus Dosch questioned the environmental benefits of smart cities in his talk and proposed solutions beyond “smart cities” and “smart homes”.

Climate change in an urban context

Climate change is a measured change. As cities are responsible for a rather large share of global CO2 emissions, they need to engage themselves more than ever in this field of action in the future.
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