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  • Symposium „Next Generation“, Projectpresentation, Munich University of Applied Sciences

    Prof. Dr. Ing. Natalie Eßig and her team at the Institute for Construction and Building Climatology at MUAS organized a symposium with the title “Next Generation” that addresses the digital planning tools for future buildings and cities. The symposium took place on the 26th of July and was organized in cooperation with CENERGIE (Competence Center Energy-Efficient Buildings and Districts), Munich Building Center and the Bavarian Chamber of Architects.

    The Symposium addressed the topic of digital planning tools of the future and how these tools can be used to plan and implement sustainability for buildings and cities in the future. About 50 Representatives from various fields participated in the event and actively  discussed the questions of how the new generation of planning  tools can contribute to  the sustainability of the built environment  The participants of the symposium included not only architects, engineers and city planners, but also representatives of municipalities, politics and research.

  • Soft and Smart mobility for mountain territory seminar, Bergamo, PP Reg. Lombardia

    Last June 1st the ITS Foundation Sustainable Mobility invited Regione Lombardia, as partner of CESBA ALPS project, to the workshop "Soft and Smart mobility for mountain territory seminar", in Bergamo.


    The ITS Foundation is a non universitary training organization for technicians operating in the field of mobility of goods and people.


     

    Alpine valleys are fragile territories and require mobility systems that respond to the needs of inhabitants, businesses and tourists. The theme is the reconciliation of accessibility needs to the territory and internal mobility, with the protection of the environment and the landscape.

    Key elements are collective transport, infrastructures and services for soft mobility, innovative rental / sharing solutions, a tourism offer that enhances the new Soft & Smart mobility.


    Those elements were part of the workshop, where CESBA ALPS project aims and first results were presented. The partecipation of Lombardy Region - and Promoserio, an organization involved in the CESBA Local Committe in the Pilot Area of Valle Seriana, province of Bergamo - in the Workshop was so productive that the ITS Foundation has been invited and participated to the CESBA Local Committee Meeting held on 20th June.

  • 3rd CESBA Alps Newsletter 2018

    Our 3rd CESBA Alps Newsletter has been sent out today:

  • EUSEW Side Event "CESBA Alps, sustainable territorial development and low carbon policies in alpine territories: local experiences to be shared"

    "Within the framework of the European Sustainable Energy Week 2018, Piedmont Region jointly with the regional authorities Lombardy Region and Region of Veneto, partners of the CESBA Alps project,  hosted the Event "CESBA Alps, sustainable territorial development and low carbon policies in alpine territories: local experiences to be shared".

    The meeting  aimed to share with other Regions among Europe results already reached and share our project's experience.
     
     
    In this event partners from the CESBA Association, iiSBEE Italia, EnvirobatBDM, AURA-EE and the Regional Governments of Piedmont, Lombardy and Veneto shared with participants the "CESBA harmonized assessment systems for sustainable territories, bringing examples on its use for supporting local administrations".

    CESBA Alps also participated to the Policy Conference EUSEW18 with a panel "Breaking down the barriers between local action and European policies" and to the  Networking village "CESBA Alps innovative approach and assessment of the sustainability of territories"

  • Summer School of Energy Change

    Energy.Change.Turning.Point.

    Implementation of energy change – now!

    This was the goal of the organizers of the summer school in Friedrichshafen. CESBA Alps project partner Regio-V joined the event from 4th to 8th of June 2018 together with its pilot region Leiblachtal.