Wed. Mar 22nd, 2023
  • UNECE and Regional Commissions stress upscaling new multilateralism for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda
  • General Assembly reviews global progress towards sustainable urbanization – United Nations Sustainable Development
  • Smart Cities Marketplace Forum – Towards a just and clean urban transition
  • Joint ITRE-CULT public hearing on The New European Bauhaus – Committee on Industry, Research and Energy – Committee on Culture and Education
  • EU cohesion policy: EU Commission adopts €20 billion Partnership Agreement with Germany for 2021-2027
  • REACT-EU : 56,3 millions d’euros afin de soutenir la reprise en France et en Allemagne
  • Culture and inclusion: URBACT cities contribute to the EU Urban Agenda
  • Riga – Another look at recovery
  • 300 city leaders call on European leaders to stop financing the war in Ukraine
  • Kyiv, Lviv, Mariupol, Melitopol, Kharkiv: leaders of Ukrainian cities and regions to discuss humanitarian response with EU local governments
  • Statement by President von der Leyen on local and regional cooperation between Ukraine and the EU for Ukraine’s reconstruction
  • President Michel’s message to the Ukrainian Congress of local and regional authorities
  • Launch of the CoR-JRC Pilot Action on Partnerships for Regional Innovation
  • Regional development MEPs advocate for an Islands Pact
  • Why the Future of Smart City Development is Regional
  • A Catalog of Civic Data Use Cases
  • Data-informed, Equity-focused, Expert-driven
  • Civitas: Lyon and LEAD launch last-mile delivery experiment using electric cargo bikes
  • CIVINET Italia event focuses on Home-Work Travel Plans and Mobility Managers
  • Smart Mobility: Latest publications by Eltis
  • The European Commission and the IEA outline key energy saving actions
  • Planning for Attractive Public Transport: submit feedback now on the draft SUMP Topic Guide
  • The 100 cities selected to lead the EU’s ‘Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities’ Mission announced
  • Urban Mobility Days Conference 2022
  • Horizon Europe calls for funding launched
  • Brno shared bicycle service to offer 30 minutes free use
  • Guide published on making walking and wheeling inclusive
  • Italy provides new funds for the development of the electric bus industry
  • Berlin plans a 38 kilometre cycling lane from east to west
  • ECOMM 2022 – The 25th European Conference on Mobility Management in Turku
  • Groningen acts to further take forward the active travel agenda
  • Denmark launches website for people to donate bicycles to refugees
  • REPowerEU: Joint European action for more affordable, secure and sustainable energy
  • EU-funded ELPT Expert in Local Public Transport – a new profile and monitoring tool to support impactful innovation
  • Data-driven decision support tools for Urban Freight Transport (UFT) planning
  • German translation of the SUMP Topic guide on safe use of micromobility devices in urban areas is now available
  • Russia doesn’t know it, but it just made a strong case for local energy – Microgrid Knowledge
  • EU Commission announces 100 cities participating in EU Mission for climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030
  • Questions & Answers: Selection of 100 Cities for the EU Mission “Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities
  • EU Mission: Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities
  • Deputy Secretary-General’s remarks at the Second UN Roundtable on Sustainable Floating Cities: Meeting the Rising Seas with Floating Infrastructure [as prepared for delivery]
  • United Nations: Sustainable  development hinges on fate of world’s cities
  • UCLG: How can Commoning, Housing systems, Urban health, Sanctuary cities and Democracy contribute to urban and territorial equality?
  • Open Living-in.EU Supporters Meeting’s materials published – Open & Agile Smart Cities
  • Espoo selected to implement EU Mission on climate-neutral and smart cities together with other pioneers
  • AI4Cities to test AI for reducing CO2 emissions in European cities – Finnish companies well represented among the selected
  • Sustainable sharing – looking for solutions for housing companies
  • Aarhus: IWDK Official Opening 2022
  • Congress highlights Malmö’s sustainability work
  • Bundesinnenministerin Nancy Faeser: “Wir wollen unser Land moderner, bürgernäher und digitaler machen”
  • BMI: Digitales Deutschland – Souverän. Sicher. Bürgerzentriert
  • Latest headlines by
  • DfE plans to digitise care plans for SEND children
  • Watchdogs call for views on regulating use of algorithms
  • NCSC makes cyber security tools available for schools
  • Companies House plans registry for land owners from overseas
  • Government to recruit data analysts to fight fraud
  • techUK highlights need for justice sector to do more with digital
  • Derbyshire deploys new digital services platform
  • East London NHS Trust digitises mental health referrals
  • bpha housing association to digitalise repairs and maintenance
  • University of Birmingham team develops AI platform for academic marking
  • DBS launches new customer webchat service
  • 5G, sensors and data improve patient health and social care
  • Commissioner to advice councils on ethics of surveillance technology
  • Research bodies provide funds for tech in home care
  • Government Office for Tech Transfer to launch later this year
  • UK and India agree priorities on cyber security
  • Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Services extends reach on lab information system
  • Dorset Council steps up use of 5G in-home sensors
  • NHS Transformation releases draft strategy for interoperability in health service
  • Policing agencies unveil new data sharing platform
  • Nottingham City Council to use cloud platform for regulatory services
  • NCSC updates Cyber Assessment Framework (1)
  • How Covid is shaping London’s digital transformation journey
  • NAO highlights digital form problems in cross-border travel
  • Aberdeen consolidates social care data on one system
  • Suffolk Council reports surge in use of care technology
  • LOTI publishes survey report and database on social care software
  • NHS Wales launches Microsoft 365 Centre of Excellence
  • LOTI publishes survey and database social care software
  • NHS Wales launches M365 Centre of Excellence
  • Investigative body says spyware hit UK Government
  • National Archives unveils court judgements service
  • NHS Digital works on ‘guide rails’ for common tools
  • ODI highlights shortcomings in government approach to data literacy
  • Environment Agency introduces Minecraft environmental games
  • Derby City Council signs to use ERP SaaS
  • Latest headlines by the Smart Cities Council
  • SMART URBANATION on August 26-27, 2022 at Hotel Sahara Star
  • Connected Cities Tour – Aurora – August 11
  • City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
  • Datamatics
  • Movement and Place Community of Practice event
  • Latest headlines by Next City
  • What the Merger of Sacramento Transit Agencies Means for Riders
  • Economics in Brief: Delta Announces Plans to Pay Attendants During Boarding
  • How a DC Nonprofit Served Up 6 Million Emergency Meals During COVID-19
  • Housing in Brief: Cities Push Back Against California’s Rezoning Laws
  • Denver Tries to Build Better Housing for Formerly Incarcerated People
  • How Chicago Is Helping Residents Coexist With Urban Wildlife
  • East Bay Activists Unveil New Blueprint for a Regional Public Bank
  • A New Tool is Raising Awareness for the Benefits Cliff
  • Men Going Home: From Life in Prison to Small Business Owner
  • The Future of Work Is Green
  • Does the ‘Future of Work’ Open a New Growth Horizon for Small Towns?
  • Economics in Brief: DeSantis Revokes Disney’s Tax District Status
  • These Cafeterias Offer Farm to School Fare
  • Housing in Brief: Delaware Bans Housing Voucher Discrimination
  • NYC Is Fighting for More Community Land Trust Funding
  • Fort Worth Gets a $3 Million Plan to Support Small Businesses
  • Some Twin Cities Transit Agencies Believe Splitting up Helps Provide Better Service
  • U.S. Cities Scrap “Problem” Fines That Hit Low-Income People Hardest
  • Groundbreaking Small Business Loan Program Gets Long-Awaited Expansion
  • What Can Be Done When Housing Affordability Restrictions Expire?
  • Massachusetts Cooperative Lenders Say State-Owned Bank Would Boost Their Activity
  • Economics in Brief: Starbucks Union Wave Continues
  • Displacement-Fighting Group in L.A.’s Little Tokyo Helps Small Businesses Own Their Real Estate
  • Housing Briefs: New York State’s Budget Fails to Provide Vouchers
  • How a Tennessee Housing Policy Concentrates Poverty, Denies Opportunity
  • What We Learn From Black- and Women-Led Cooperative Practice
  • Can Walking Together Heal a Neighborhood?
  • Atlanta Nonprofit Offers Path to Success for Women in Tech
  • Former Wall Street Pro Says to Tackle Inequality, Start With Changing Wall Street
  • Global Smart Cities headlines
  • Việt Nam-Japan: limitless possibilities for cooperation
  • PM Modi’s Denmark visit to shape new elements of partnership
  • Nexans S.A. (OTCMKTS:NXPRF) Sees Significant Decrease in Short Interest
  • For May Day, a Call to Defeat Gender, Class and Caste Divisions Among Workers of Southasia
  • Harnessing data to build better local government
  • NSW floods: Almost $500,000 in flood relief frozen in bank accounts in conspiracy theorist scandal
  • Kuwait Seeks to Invest $750 Million in Pakistan Projects
  • SASEC road connectivity will make Northeast more accessible: Hardeep Singh Puri
  • ₹100 lakh cr. set aside for development of cities, says Joshi
  • Mnangagwa’s govt mulls creation of Smart cities
  • Sensors, Vol. 22, Pages 3438: Future Wireless Communication Technology towards 6G IoT: An Application-Based Analysis of IoT in Real-Time Location Monitoring of Employees Inside Underground Mines by Using BLE
  • Telangana Becomes First State To Establish Map Room Which Will Help Improve Scheme Implementation
  • IIT Jammu Invites Application for Research Fellow Recruitment 2022
  • Karacsony: Rule-of-law procedure could leave municipalities short of funding
  • Why doesn’t the dam water reach the taps? writes Anil Singh
  • [MISSION 2022] SECURE 2022 : Mini Secure Revision Test: 30 April 2022
  • In the context of Smart Cities Mission, what are Integrated Command and Control Centres (ICCCs)? How can they play a part in improving amenities for people and seamless delivery of services?
  • FedML 0.8.31
  • Consultant for technical support in Solar Water Heaters pilot identification, analysis, and pilot implementation


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