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  • Case Studies | 20 May 2020

    Hengelo has a rich history and tradition in the field of ageing policy.

  • Case Studies | 20 May 2020

    Greater Manchester is working across public services, community groups and researchers to get information to those on the wrong side of digital divide.  GM is giving a

  • Case Studies | 20 May 2020

    The City of Gothenburg is aiming to become a better place to age in. Every göteborgare, should look forward to growing old in the city.

  • Case Studies | 20 May 2020

    By 2030, nearly one out of every three Barcelona residents will be 60 years old or over.

  • Case Studies | 20 May 2020

    The city of Amsterdam is growing! This growth applies to the inhabitants of all ages and therefore also for older people.

  • Synthesis Reports | 19 May 2020

    The “State of the European Territory”, a publication that sheds light on the main territorial development trends in Europe and offers evidence and policy advice to those designing policies - especi

  • Policy Briefs | 19 May 2020

    This ESPON policy brief aims to inform European, national, regional and urban authorities about how to reuse spaces and buildings to help achieve sustainable urbanisation. And support discussions surrounding the reuse of spaces and buildings as a means to facilitate the transition towards a circular economy at the intergovernmental level during the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU’s first semester of 2020.

  • Policy | 18 May 2020

    Population ageing raises common challenges for cities: to adapt their environments physically and socially, so that older people’s quality of life remains unaffected.

  • Policy Briefs | 13 May 2020

    Green infrastructure (GI) is made up of interconnected green and/or blue areas that are developed through a strategic planning approach that creates solutions to problems of land conservation, ecological and social effects of urban sprawl, and the rapid fragmentation of landscapes. The ESPON policy brief "Green Infrastructure" promotes a GI approach in spatial planning that not only connects different elements of nature, but also crosses ecological and political boundaries and links sector policies

  • Policy Briefs | 22 November 2019

    The emergence of the widespread deployment of advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence, sensor technologies, cloud computing, open data, the Internet Of Things and blockchain, has re-

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