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Local climate change competence through integrated urban management

Berrini, M. - Bolognani, O. - Bono, L. - Nora, E. - Marzorati, M. (2011) Local climate change competence through integrated urban management. In: blue in architecture09 _ symposium proceedings. Università Iuav di Venezia. ISBN 978-88-87697-650

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This contribution will present the CHAMP Life+ Project. In short, it will show how to strengthen the local authorities capacity to respond to climate change effects through implementing integrated management systems. Local and subregional authorities play a key role in facing the challenges posed by climate change. As outlined in the Covenant of Mayors central document, towns and cities account directly and indirectly for more than half of the greenhouse gas emissions derived from energy use related to human activity. The signatory towns and cities then commit themselfes to go beyond the objectives of EU energy policy in terms of reduction in CO2 emissions. This effort requires a highly integrated approach. Several EU policies and strategies (e.g. the EU Regional and Cohesion Policy, the EU Territorial Agenda, the Leipzig Charter on Sustainable Cities and the EU Thematic Strategy on the Urban Environment) refer to an integrated approach as a key response. This is challenging and demands a good and competent organization and well functioning local administration. Within this framework, the main idea of the CHAMP project therefore is to develop extensive training programs and implement training facilities on integrated management for local and subregional authorities, with a specific focus on local actions for climate change mitigation and adaptation. This way, competence on integrated urban management will be widely disseminated and thus enable local authorities to implement an integrated management system efficiently. In CHAMP local and subregional authorities from 4 countries will be trained in implementing an integrated management system to respond to climate change effects and the project will promote and disseminate the method and the model Europe-wide.

Tipologia del documento:Estratto da libro
Parole chiave:Local Response to Climate Change; Integrated Urban Management; Exchange of Urban Practices; Support and training of Local Authorities
Soggetti:Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura > ICAR/14 Composizione architettonica e urbana
Struttura:Facoltà > Far Architettura > Lauree specialistiche > Architettura per la sostenibilita
Codice ID:316
Depositato da :Benno Albrecht
Depositato il :01 Dic 2011 13:29
Ultima modifica:01 Dic 2011 13:29

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