What is the Sustainable Cities Collaboratory?
The Sustainable Cities Collaboratory is a practically oriented research body. It brings together the knowledge and skills of mayors, municipal officers, urban practitioners and academic researchers to develop principles and policies for good urban practice. Its role is to develop practical roadmaps for sustainable urban development in the participating cities and beyond.
The Sustainable Cities Collaboratory comprises a group of Metropolis cities, together with a small number of global advisors and a selection of important research centres from around the world.
How does it connect to use?
use (urban sustainability exchange) and the Sustainable Cities Collaboratory (SCC) are Metropolis initiatives led by the city of Berlin and supported by the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University.
Both initiatives seek to foster knowledge exchange and the dissemination of successful practices on sustainable city making. They encourage global collaboration between actors and provide useful resources and tools to help achieve positive sustainable change.
use provides a platform for SCC cities to document and report on their emblematic projects and to share knowledge, experiences and ideas on the practical implementation.
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SCC cities emblematic projects: