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An Action plan and a Policy brief for the promotion of renewable energy
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park
PE4Trans addresses the issue of potential for improvement of public transport policies by including citizens to the process of design and implementation of sustainable transport strategies and plans with the view to change peoples’ mobility habits and routines incorporating findings of behavioural sciences. Regions and cities across Europe invest significant funds in public transport infrastructures, introduce incentives and regulations as well as information campaigns with the view to reduce carbon footprint by stimulating peoples more pro-environmental behaviours. P4Trans partners adopt the approach “for the people, by the people and with the people” as a guiding principle for the possible policy improvements, which go in two directions: • Influencing the citizens’ behavioural change using knowledge and good practices of environmental solutions based on economy, sociology and psychology developments to stimulate people towards more sustainable routines and habits, • Launching in the participating territories transferable mechanisms of public engagement in policy makings processes A significant change that project will bring is the transferable frames for dialogue and mutual learning process involving expertsto bring state of the art insights and provide feedback, policy makers shaping their short and long term agendas and citizens who will integrate their hopes and concerns, viewpoints and ideas adding significant value to the process. PE4Trans will focus mainly on improvements in the policy instrument governance in 5 participating territories (3 of them belonging to Growth & Jobs programmes and 2 financed from local budgets). As a result specific solutions will be elaborated in a participatory way in each partner territory enhancing the use of sustainable mobility solutions and contributing to substantial reduction of the carbon footprint, both policy-makers and inhabitants benefitting from the outcomes.
Lead Partner: Regional Council of Lapland
APPROVE tackles barriers to the development of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) such as: low level of knowledge in the general public,lack of expertise of RES proponents and civil servants dealing with permitting proceduresissues of public opposition within approval procedures. In line with the revised Renewable Energy Directive, APPROVE considers awareness raising, capacity building and stakeholder participation as ways to enable and promote RES.  The project will lead to the improvement of 4 Structural Funds operational programmes with the aim to promote RES development, considering investment priorities related to TO4 “Supporting the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors”, and addressing regional innovation strategies for smart specialisation. The partnership is composed by 3 regional authorities, 1 regional energy entity, and a research centre (as advisory partner), covering 5 countries (Finland, France, Greece, Spain, Italy). Through interregional cooperation, the territorial partners identify, share and transfer good practices to improve the policy instruments. Such interregional learning process interests the partners and groups of regional stakeholders that are involved throughout the life of the project.  The policy instruments will be improved mainly through funding of new projects and a better governance, considering the following areas of action: awareness raising, providing general information on RES and creating a positive cultural environment;capacity building, to improve skills and knowledge of all the actors that may influence RES development; effective participation and involvement, engaging local population and relevant stakeholders from the very start of the planning process.  In addition to the Policy Learning Platform, partners seek a knowledge exchange at EU level, eg participating to S3 Energy Partnerships events.
Visiteering involves people, as part of a regular visit to a historic country house, in a volunteering activity such as cleaning items from the collection.
Location: Inner London - West, United Kingdom
Project: Innocastle
Public presentation: Flexible Transport on Demand in the Coimbra Region
Type: Project
The mobile application that allows people to compete in the total number of kilometres cycled
Location: Mazowieckie, Poland (Polska)
Project: DEMO-EC
ACCIÓ (Lead Partner) organised a dissemination event on 31 January 2018 to present RaiSE Study to the wider public.
Type: Project
MOTIVATE app; an integrated crowdsourcing – game initiative towards transforming travellers into active agents of change of the new low carbon era
Location: Κεντρική Μακεδονία, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: e-smartec
Superblocks are configured as urban units constituted by the sum of several blocks of houses where streets are pacified to recover public space for pedestrians.
Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)
Project: SMART-MR