Share // En el mundo de la investigación, el movimiento de open access comenzó alrededor de 2005 para cambiar el ciclo que sigue el mercado de la información científica: las instituciones invierten dinero público en los investigadores, cuyo trabajo...
Open Source House es un proyecto dirigido a construir viviendas asequibles en los entornos urbanos de territorios en desarrollo. Han participado más de 3.100 arquitectos de todo el mundo y los 250 diseños están disponibles online.
A new United Nations report advocates that governments use fiscal and labour market policies to reduce income inequality, maintaining that this not only leads to social benefits but will spur economic growth and development.
"la Caixa" pondrá en marcha servicios ideados por los clientes en la comunidad de innovación 2.0 "Inspíranos", el desarrollo de proyectos para banca de particulares basados en más de 100 aportaciones realizadas por clientes, El objetivo es que los...
The city of Nantes, the fifth largest in France, is a place of rich history dating back at least as far as the second century. Economically, Nantes was long a port and shipbuilding center of considerable significance. But the shipping and shipbuilding industry in western Europe began a serious decline in the 1960s and 70s, and the last major shipbuilding facility in Nantes closed in 1986. The proud city needed a new identity in order to remain relevant. That new identity became, first, culture and then, sustainability. Today the two have come together in some highly innovative ways that have led the European Union to designate Nantes as its "Green Capital" for 2013.
The EU’s annual green designation was created by the European Commission in the last decade, with Stockholm selected as the first honoree, for 2010. The prestigious competition involves a lengthy application process and is judged on the basis of twelve overlapping environmental criteria:
Response to climate change Transportation Urban green spaces Land use Nature and biodiversity Air quality Noise pollution Waste reduction and management Water consumption Wastewater treatment Green municipal management Dissemination of best practices
The 2013 award for Nantes included specific praise for the city’s efforts regarding climate, transportation, water, and biodiversity...
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