Do cities use science when planning for infrastructure projects? Do scientists share their knowledge with urban policy makers? Do urban policy makers know the functions of nature in the city?

The EnRoute project is conducting a survey to find answers to these questions. 

EnRoute provides scientific knowledge of how urban ecosystems can support urban planning at different stages of policy and for various spatial scales and how to help policy-making for sustainable cities. It aims to promote the application of urban green infrastructure at local level and delivers guidance on the creation, management and governance of urban green infrastructure. Importantly, it illustrates how collaboration between and across different policy levels can lead to concrete green infrastructure policy setting. For more information on the project, visit: EnRoute.
 

By participating in this survey, you help us to identify obstacles in the science-policy collaboration of the policy planning cycle and improve future planning tools. Be assured that all your answers are completely anonymous. For further information about privacy and data handling, see: data protection.

You can find the survey here.

Publication Type: 
News
Date: 
28/02/2018

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 730052 Topic: SCC-2-2016-2017: Smart Cities and Communities Nature based solutions