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Lead Partner: Town & Country Planning Association
PERFECT integrates the many benefits of green infrastructure into the planning and investment for the future of urban and rural areas. It seeks to influence the policy-making process by raising awareness of the social, environmental and economic potential of green infrastructure. The project will:  Identify and analyse good practice in multi-use of green infrastructure;Fully engage Managing Authorities on the socio-economic benefits of green infrastructure to influence new projects and improve governance of policy instruments;Increase the professional capacity of key stakeholders in delivering new projects;Develop Action Plans focusing on policy change to influence strategic investment in green infrastructure based on its multiple benefits.  “From climate change adaptation and mitigation; health and leisure benefits; energy; tourism and economic uplift, green infrastructure is key to the future success of European regions.” 
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
Practice shows how a comprehensive planning process can be carried out from a whole approach to cycle development for to promote a greater use of bicycles
Location: Andalucía, Spain (España)
Project: ECO-CICLE
Lead Partner: Oradea Metropolitan Area Intercommunity Development Association
The Cyclewalk Project aims at supporting the shift from car usage to cycling and walking mobility patterns over shorter distances, improving the accessibility for pedestrians and cyclists. CYCLEWALK will also contribute to the transition to a more sustainable alternative for urban mobility. The partnership is composed by seven partners from six European countries (Romania, Italy, Slovenia, Holland, Lithuania, Austria). The project will introduce quality criteria for proper walking and cycling infrastructure in the policy instruments and projects, through the following activities: study visits, complemented with assessment walking and cycling tours;technical working tables with stakeholders;training and full technical and scientific advise provided by the Urban Cycling Institute to technical offices, regional experts and universities.
The practice established a permanent regional cooperation for increasing capacity of the local Municipalities and facilitating the deployment of their SUMPs
Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: e-smartec
Rehabilitation of tram line (about 8,2km), of the road and pedestrian areas, with insertion of cycling lines for the south part of the city
Location: Nord-Est, Romania (România)
Project: InnovaSUMP
The practice consists of boosting multimodality and the use of soft modes, particularly for pedestrian mobility using several traffic calming measures.
Location: Região Autónoma da Madeira, Portugal
Project: MATCH-UP
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
SPARK is an electric car sharing service supporting local sustainable urban mobility plans, reducing congestions, parking shortages, pollution and noise levels.
Location: Lietuva, Lithuania (Lietuva)
Project: EV Energy