Posts Tagged ‘Integrated development’

Looking Backwards And Forwards To The European Urban Forum

Some 700 people came together to discuss the challenges and opportunities of urban areas where 80% of the EU population live. Leading politicians emphasized that EU policies must become more “urban-sensitive”, dealing with the urban economy (growth and jobs), the sustainability of the urban environment, social inclusion through more urban regeneration and improved links between […]

By Sally Kneeshaw, on March 7th, 2014 at 16:42

Do We Have Data On Urban Development and Are We Using It?

About the 6th workshop towards an Integrated Urban Monitoring in Europe (IUME), held on 22 October in Brussels at the Directorate-General for Regio and Urban Policy: for comparative urban analysis first and foremost comparative data are needed from cities.  This sounds simple – however, the reality is quite difficult. In a recent meeting (details later) […]

By Ivan Tosics, on December 4th, 2013 at 12:19