This interactive workshop will bring together relevant stakeholders from municipalities, academia and businesses to address real life climate issues, which today's European smart cities are facing. Through a facilitated gamified co-creation tool – the CoCo-toolkit, participants will explore pre-selected urban challenges. The expert facilitator will guide the contributors through the cases presented, explore the boundaries and weaknesses, and co-create potential solutions.
The aim of the workshop is to bring cities and regions together in a co-creative session to explore pre-selected climate related challenges, while teaching and demonstrating how to work together and engage with other stakeholders. The participants will learn how to collaborate and engage with co-creative tools such as the CoCo-toolkit, as well as learn from each other and share best practices.
- Municipalities (civil servants; middle-management; government specialists; policy makers)
- Living labs
Challenges to be discussed:
CHALLENGE 1: Mitigating the effects of excess surface water from the Ullandhaug catchment area during extreme rain events, by Stavanger City Council
Challenge Topic: Flooding
CHALLENGE 2: Reduction of environmental impacts of medium-sized cities such as Lemgo by implementing smart sensors and actors, by Fraunhofer IOSB-INA Industrial Automation Branch, Lemgo
Challenge Topic Environmental Monitoring
CHALLENGE 3: Mobility as a service: how to widen the scope of sustainable and efficient means of transportations in the Greater Geneva area?, by SnailMob
Challenge Topic Well-being, Densification, Pollution
CHALLENGE 4: How nature-based solutions can support circular systems in city blocks?, by City of Tampere
Challenge Topic Scarcity, Densification
This workshop is part of the Nordic Edge Expo & Conference 2018, which will take place between 25-27 September 2018 in Stavanger, Norway. The workshop will take place in the room 'Vårlivarden' at the Stavanger Forum on 26th September, between 14:00-17:00.
Please find the agenda below.
You do not need to register for this workshop. You only need to show up at the right time, at the right place.
- Room Vårlivarden, Stavanger Forum, Gunnar Warebergs gate 13,,