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    by Marco Sanalitro    Posted on March 31, 2017


    The iScape project, research project funded by the EU H2020 framework, aims to integrate and advance the control of air quality and carbon emissions in European cities in the context of climate change through the development of sustainable and passive air pollution remediation strategies, policy interventions and behavioural change initiatives


    28th and 29th March in Valldaura Labs a group of Expert from Future Cities Catapult, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Joint Research Center, Pureti, T6, Trinity College Dublin, Technical University Dortmunt, University College Dublin, University of Hasselt, University of Bologna, University of Surrey and European Network of Living Labs, leaded by IAAC | Fab Lab Barcelona Smart Citizen team, gathered to collecting ideas.


    iScape fully embraces the Living Lab approach by bringing together a transdisciplinary team of scientists, developers, end users (the Cities and citizen initiatives) and other stakeholders around the challenge of co-creating real-time interventions designed ad-hoc for each test case and then deployed and tested in our seven real-life Cities.



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