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Lead Partner: Metropolis Nice Côte d’Azur
BLUE GREEN CITY seeks to improve policies that promote Green and Blue Infrastructure (GBI) as an integral part of a local or regional natural heritage preservation strategy How will these be achieved? BLUE GREEN CITY will increase individual, organisational, stakeholder and external knowledge of the concept of ecosystem services and the value of GBI through project events, workshops and training. This will be done through interregional Policy learning process and collaboration in finding common solutions to common challenges posed by climate change adaptation and by sharing experience and exchanging good practices. OBJECTIVES assess the use of a wide range of Policy instruments and identify the potential barriers for adopting GBIdevelop and improve GBI strategies in order to create functional ecological connectivity between cities and peri-urban protected areasmap the existing GBI provisions and assess the economic and non-monetary valuation of ecosystem servicesdefining measures to be included in a Biodiversity Action Plan and a strategic spatial plan for future GBI implementation raise awareness and knowledge of the concept of ecosystem services and of the value of green and blue infrastructure in protecting, preserving and enhancing natural and cultural capitaldevelop best practice recommendations for improving Policy instruments that promote green and blue infrastructure MAIN OUTPUTS 7 Action Plans to develop/improve GBI strategies for natural heritage preservation (including  the mapping of existing GBI provision, a Biodiversity Action Plan and a Strategic Spatial Plan for future GBI implementation)Training ManualsSet of Best Practices and experienceWorking Tables, Reports on experiencesPeer-review workshop reports, Thematic expert papersStudy visit guides
Šmartinski Park used to be an illegal allotment gardens area cut by a road and a main power line. Today it is a green park with playground for local community.
Location: Zahodna Slovenija, Slovenia (Slovenija)
Project: PERFECT
This investment aimed at solving the community's needs in terms of social, cultural and economical sustainable development.
Location: Nord-Est, Romania (România)
Project: ENERSELVES
The Stockholm Solution is newly used in Austrian Cities and Towns and provides an integrated approach to trees and infrastructure within dense areas.
Location: Steiermark, Austria (Österreich)
Project: PERFECT
Green & blue corridor in the Skanste neighborhood in Riga will provide multi-functional services -stormwater collection and reuse for passive/ active purposes.
Location: Latvija, Latvia (Latvija)
Project: AQUARES
A national network of people and organisations that work with green infrastructure.
Location: Inner London - West, United Kingdom
Project: PERFECT
The project was intended to achieve maximum energy efficiency through the realization of a smart, nearly-zero-energy building for the new House of Parliament.
Location: Burgenland AT, Austria (Österreich)
Project: ENERSELVES
Kolkajen in the Stockholm Royal Seaport area is a development plan in the City of Stockholm with high sustainable urban development ambitions.
Location: Stockholm, Sweden (Sverige)
Project: EV Energy
IAIA facilitates scientific information about protected species, habitats and sites to support the Environmental Impact Assessment of future projects.
Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)
Project: BID-REX
Implementation of the Marche Region Ecological Network (REM) in the local spatial planning policies by a “downscaling” process.
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: BID-REX