Conducted under the World Bank’s Resilient Cities Program, CityStrength is a rapid diagnostic that aims to help cities enhance their resilience to a variety of shocks. It encourages collaboration to more efficiently tackle issues and unlock opportunities.
The New Urban Agenda, a new global standard for sustainable cities, has been adopted at Habitat 3. It is a roadmap for building cities that can serve as engines of prosperity and centres of cultural and social well-being while protecting the environment.
This study was commissioned by EESC from Culture Action Europe and Agenda 21 for Culture. It provides an overview of the factors in EU city development linked to culture and identity through selective qualitative and quantitative analysis of research in the public domain
Vibrant Economy Index - From Grant Thornton A new way to measure the success of our nation. We believe a vibrant economy is one that goes beyond financial returns and takes into account the wellbeing of society and everybody’s ability to thrive.
Attracting and retaining talent is increasingly critical for the success of city economies, but this is a big challenge for many of our cities. While the UK’s great universities are spread around the country, many graduates head straight for the bright lights of the capital after completing their studies.
The purpose of TRIP is to collect, structure, analyse and disseminate the results of EU-supported transport research and research financed nationally in the European Research Area (ERA), together with selected global research programmes. The TRIP web portal can be found at www.transport-research.info The purpose of this Research Theme Analysis Report is to provide an overview of research performed (mostly) in the EU collated by the TRIP, providing a view across many projects that fall under the theme. It provides an assessment of the reported results from the research projects, giving scientific and policy perspectives. The theme of Urban Mobility has been divided into seven subthemes, as follows: - accessibility; - freight transport; - intelligent transport systems (ITS); - low carbon transport technologies; - sustainable public transport; - Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs); - urban land use
The north of England s health science sector is a vital economic asset This report investigates the strengths and specialisms of the sector across and within the North and explores how a place based industrial strategy can help it realise its full potential
One of the most striking findings of the Centre for Cities' recent Competing with the Continent report is that most UK cities lag behind European counterparts in terms of productivity. That's a trend particularly evident in the Northern Powerhouse region, where all 21 cities are below the European urban productivity average of £56,300 Gross Value Added per worker, and all but two (Leeds and Warrington) are among the 25 per cent least productive places in the continent.
London s air pollution is a deadly and mounting public health problem one that demands immediate as well as long term action from the city s new mayor and from Westminster Our report sets out that urgently needed strategy
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