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  • Bande dessinée "Partenaires"

    Bande dessinée

    13/05/2014

    La Direction Générale Politique régionale et urbaine vient de publier une nouvelle bande dessinée intitulée «Partenaires» qui vise à présenter la politique régionale et urbaine à travers six histoires conçues pour un public jeune. Les thèmes abordés dans cet album sont la recherche et l'innovation, le développement urbain, l'environnement, le soutien aux PMEs, l'inclusion sociale, les TIC, la coopération entre les régions, les transports, la solidarité entre régions en cas de catastrophes naturelles, etc Ces tranches de vies et histoires d'hommes et de femmes ont été inspirées par des projets réels financés par l'UE qui illustrent la contribution de l'Union européenne pour réduire les différences de niveaux de vie et soutenir les régions dans leur développement. Cette bande dessinée est disponible en FR, EN et NL et peut être commandée sur EU Bookshop.

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  • Trolleybus Gdynia: CityStar: Transports publics urbains durables

    Trolleybus Gdynia: CityStar: Transports publics urbains durables

    31/03/2014

    Ce projet vise à améliorer le système de réseau de trolleybus à Gdynia, en Pologne. Les fonds européens ont permis à la ville d'acheter 28 nouveaux trolleybus modernes, peu polluants et accessibles pour tous. Les objectifs directs du projet sont d'accroître la compétitivité des transports publics à faible émission de CO² et d'améliorer la qualité du service des transports publics urbains. Ces améliorations ont reconstruit l'image du transport public à Gdynia, provoquant une augmentation du nombre de passagers, tout en créant des avantages directs pour les habitants et l'économie locale.

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  • Rurban – Finland: Broadband Services for rural areas in Central Finland

    Rurban – Finland: Broadband Services for rural areas in Central Finland

    29/08/2012In sparsely populated Central Finland, inter-municipal co-operation is a long-standing tradition, with communities entering into voluntary agreements when necessary to provide key services. The European Commission, through the European Regional Development Fund is encouraging co-operative initiatives in Central Finland, including the development of more widespread broadband communications. This kind of action, reaching out to citizens in outlying areas, contributes to achieving the goal of 'smart and inclusive growth'.

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  • Rurban – Germany: Rural-Urban Partnership in the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg

    Rurban – Germany: Rural-Urban Partnership in the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg

    29/08/2012In today's Europe, rural-urban relations can be complex and challenging. In the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg, in Germany, rural-urban partnerships, with support from the European Commission via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), are offering new opportunities in the fields of food production, tourism and energy supply.

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  • Rural-urban partnership: key to a prosperous future for Europe

    Rural-urban partnership: key to a prosperous future for Europe

    29/08/2012

    Europe is a complex patchwork of urban and rural areas, where people live in different ways but face common challenges. City- and country-dwellers are mutually dependent, and both sides need to cooperate to achieve a sustainable future for everyone. The European Union’s Rurban initiative fosters formal and informal partnerships around a whole string of issues such as research and innovation, energy, water supply, food production, transport, tourism and leisure, and many more. Through its cohesion policy, the EU invests more than one-third of its budget in promoting smart, sustainable and inclusive development across Europe. The aim is for all regions, whether urban or rural, to have equal access to the benefits of growth.

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  • Rurban – Germany: Rural-Urban Partnership in the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg

    Rurban – Germany: Rural-Urban Partnership in the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg

    29/08/2012In today's Europe, rural-urban relations can be complex and challenging. In the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg, in Germany, rural-urban partnerships, with support from the European Commission via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), are offering new opportunities in the fields of food production, tourism and energy supply.

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  • Rurban - Italy: Pooling the resources of Italy’s cities and rural communities

    Rurban - Italy: Pooling the resources of Italy’s cities and rural communities

    29/08/2012In the province of Forlì-Cesena, in central Italy, the European Union has helped a network of medium-sized cities and rural areas to share resources, encouraging sustainable growth and improving the local quality of life. The University of Bologna’s centre for food and agro-industrial research is based in Cesena. Part-financed by the EU, it helps local businesses and food growers to improve their products and boost exports, through research, advice and cooperation.

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  • Rurban - Italy: Pooling the resources of Italy’s cities and rural communities

    Rurban - Italy: Pooling the resources of Italy’s cities and rural communities

    29/08/2012In the province of Forlì-Cesena, in central Italy, the European Union has helped a network of medium-sized cities and rural areas to share resources, encouraging sustainable growth and improving the local quality of life. The University of Bologna’s centre for food and agro-industrial research is based in Cesena. Part-financed by the EU, it helps local businesses and food growers to improve their products and boost exports, through research, advice and cooperation.

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  • Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project

    Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project

    13/06/2012Testimonial of Trixie Neilson from GRaBS project. Urban areas are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. To enable European towns and cities to adapt successfully to the challenges of extreme weather and warming temperatures, and to achieve sustainable growth, local people need to be consulted and actively involved in improving their environment. The GRaBS project – Green and Blue Space Adaptation for Urban Areas and Eco-towns – focused on ‘green’ open spaces and ‘blue’ water resources. Trees and grasslands, for example, help to lower temperatures in towns, through evaporation. The project worked with local communities, helping them to improve their own environment and create healthier, safer and more pleasant living spaces for everyone. Winner of RegioStars 2012 Award - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH category

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  • RegioStars 2012 : SÖM - A new start for deprived city neighbourhoods

    RegioStars 2012 : SÖM - A new start for deprived city neighbourhoods

    13/06/2012RegioStars 2012 - CITYSTAR: SÖM - A new start for deprived city neighbourhoods There is no simple solution for regenerating run-down urban areas. But in South East Malmö, Sweden, a neighbourhood with a population of 80 000, the SÖM project offered an outstanding example of how measures working together can bring new hope to a depressed community. The project started by analysing the needs of local people in four of Malmö’s poorer areas. This generated 10 projects on issues such as social integration, local growth and job creation. Partnership was key to success, so the project built a network of public and private participants; contacting businesses, universities, property owners, NGOs and community groups. Within a year, they created a coordination platform to ensure the best use of EU structural funding. Winner of Regiostars 2012 Award, Citystar category

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  • Bledi Zuta, the SÖM project

    Bledi Zuta, the SÖM project

    13/06/2012Testimonial of Bledi Zuta, the SÖM project There is no simple solution for regenerating run-down urban areas. But in South East Malmö, Sweden, a neighbourhood with a population of 80 000, the SÖM project offered an outstanding example of how measures working together can bring new hope to a depressed community. The project started by analysing the needs of local people in four of Malmö’s poorer areas. This generated 10 projects on issues such as social integration, local growth and job creation. Partnership was key to success, so the project built a network of public and private participants; contacting businesses, universities, property owners, NGOs and community groups. Within a year, they created a coordination platform to ensure the best use of EU structural funding. Winner of Regiostars 2012 Award, Citystar category

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  • Cities, shaping the future

    Cities, shaping the future

    15/02/2012

    More than two thirds of the European population live in urban areas. These offer opportunities for business and innovation, for green growth, and social integration. But they also face important social, economic and environmental challenges. This clip shows how the European Union is helping cities to address these challenges and become platforms for democracy and social dialogue as well as motors for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

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  • Centre C-Mine

    Centre C-Mine

    01/05/2010Cette vidéo présente le projet lauréat RegioStars 2010 dans la catégorie «Utilisation innovante de sites à l’abandon dans un contexte urbain». Construit sur l’héritage du passé minier de la région de Genk, le centre polyvalent C-Mine a concrétisé la transformation d’un ancien site industriel en un centre pour entrepreneurs et autres visiteurs du même type. L’ouverture de ses deux salles de concert, son espace d’exposition et son centre de création est prévue pour septembre 2010.

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  • RegioStars 2010: le créateur industriel

    RegioStars 2010: le créateur industriel

    05/01/2010Portrait de Michaël Verheyden, concepteur de sacs-à-main dans la région de Genk. Cette vidéo a été réalisée dans le cadre du projet «C-Mine», lauréat RegioStars 2010 dans la catégorie «Utilisation innovante de sites à l’abandon dans un contexte urbain».

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  • Le projet Wiels-Brass

    Le projet Wiels-Brass

    01/02/2009Cette vidéo présente le projet Wiels-Brass, des travaux de rénovation urbanistique à Forest en région bruxelloise (Belgique) cofinancés par le fonds européen URBAN II. Rendant possible la transformation d’une ancienne brasserie en un centre d’arts modernes, le projet a donné une nouvelle dimension à tout un quartier.

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  • Le FEDER dans les Länder

    Le FEDER dans les Länder

    10/01/2009"Nous voulons être des Allemands européens et des Européens allemands", a déclaré l'ancien chancelier Helmut Kohl par rapport à la réunification allemande. Vingt ans plus tard, les fonds structurels de l’UE (FEDER) ont été attribués dans les nouveaux Länder (Saxe, Mecklembourg-Poméranie-Occidentale, Thuringe, Saxe-Anhalt, Brandebourg et une partie de Berlin). Les 46 milliards d’euro entre 1990 et 2013 rendent possibles des réussites comme Biocity à Leipzig ou le développement urbain de Merseburg.

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  • Les villes européennes au cœur du développement durable

    Les villes européennes au cœur du développement durable

    04/01/2009Cette vidéo montre comment les villes européennes, qui concentrent plus de 70% de la population, sont aujourd’hui devenues les acteurs clés de leur propre développement durable, soutenues par l’UE dont les programmes et initiatives successifs contribuent à replacer la dimension urbaine au centre des priorités.

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