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Simone D'Antonio

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29 November 2017

Cremona, Italy

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Cremona is dedicated to decreasing the amount of waste it produces and educating its residents in the process. It intends on creating a 'circular economy' where products are recycled, waste is costly, training program...

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Simone D'Antonio

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23 August 2017

Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Ljubljana was once a highly crowded city but since the election of its mayor, the city has become far more green due to a clear strategic plan and efficient mayoral office. The largest impact change was making the dow...

Citiscope

Simone D'Antonio

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30 June 2017

Oberhausen, Germany

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Oberhausen is long past its heyday and its railway station exemplifies this, its run down and filled with empty spaces. However, now the space is being developed into a cultural area as well as one for art and innovat...

Citiscope

Simone D'Antonio

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16 February 2017

Essen, Germany

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Essen has a very industrial past but due to private and public efforts it has become Europe's 2017 "green capital". The city has converted industrial buildings into places for art, wastewater is being diverted from th...

Citiscope

Simone D'Antonio

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16 December 2016

Italy

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In Italy, there is an inconsistency of rebuilding efforts after earthquakes, leaving some cities in ruin for long periods of time. The Friuli region, which is north of Venice, has had successful rebuilding with govern...

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Simone D'Antonio

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16 October 2016

Milan, Italy

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Since its 2015 Expo, Milan has continued to foster a number of unique initiatives to combat food waste, promote healthy and sustainable food systems, and ensure that its people never go hungry. Through projects such a...

Citiscope

Simone D'Antonio

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30 September 2016

Bucharest, Romania

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The Văcărești reservoir had been left as an unfinished project until the city decided to turn it into a park. Engaging the residents and making the idea of a park exciting to the residents are key to making it success...

CityLab

Simone D'Antonio

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3 June 2016

Turin, Italy

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Turin used to be a bustling hub for the automobile industry but since then it has been left as a dead industrial area. The Ex-incet development aims to change this by using an old company's headquarters to be the site...

Citiscope

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10 March 2016

Turin, Italy

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The government of Turin is bringing innovation into its processes by valuing one of its most important - but in many other places, overlooked - resources: human capital. Through a program called Innova.TO, the governm...

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23 December 2015

Bologna, Italy

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Bologna is demonstrating the utility of allowing citizens to help with projects in cash-strapped cities. A new policy makes it easier for citizens to head city projects and to participate in guiding the future of the ...

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