The main objective of Work Package 6 (WP6) is the development of an NBS Replication Framework for the smooth replication of NBS in follower and front-runner cities in the context of an integrated urban ecological approach. Objectives are to:

• Develop Municipal Policy Guideline • Identify effective business models and feasible business plans for deployment of NBS in front-runner and follower cities

• Identify an NBS Value Model referring to national and international policies to leverage financing

• Promote effective technology transfer and networking between front-runners and follower cities, providing a platform for knowledge-transfer of best practices between cities focusing on exploitable products, services and processes

• For front-runner cities: upscaling analysis, engaging all relevant stakeholders (e.g. engagement of different citizen initiatives that are active in other parts of the city on the implications of NBS for their part of the city)

• For follower cities: urban plans and replication analysis of NBS selected by the front-runners to complement the NBS Technical Handbook (WP5), engaging relevant stakeholders

• Develop recommendations and guidelines for UNaLab partner cities regarding effective exploitation of NBS.
 

Working Group Leader:

Tom Hawxwell

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Apr
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WP6 has been busy from the get-go, and there is still much work to be done. Here is a brief summary of the key activitie...
Vision Workshop in UNaLab replication city Cannes. 
Joint Ambition Workshop with the UNaLab replication cities Stavanger, Prague, Cannes, Başakşehir and Castellón. 
Urban Living Lab Visit in Genova where the buddy cities participate. 
Ambition Workshop in UNaLab replication city Cannes.
Vision Workshop in UNaLab replication city Başakşehir.
Vision Workshop in UNaLab replication city Prague.
Vision Workshop in UNaLab replication city Stavanger.
Ambition Workshop in UNaLab replication city Basaksehir.
Urban Living Lab Visit in Tampere where the buddy cities participate.
Vision Workshop in UNaLab replication city Castellón. 

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