Turin | Regulating Smart Cities II: Mobility and Digital Citizenship

WHAT: The role of cities has become increasingly significant in recent decades. The majority of the world’s population lives in those urban areas where most of the wealth is produced, energy and information are consumed and waste and pollution are generated.

Capacity development in waste management and regulation for Albania

The Turin School of Local Regulation, in collaboration with GIZ, has organized a short course on the management and regulation of waste sector in Turin, 22-26 January 2018. The capacity building programme has been enriched with institutional meetings with national and local actors of the waste sector:

Capacity development in water economic regulation and in performance monitoring of water utilities

 

The Turin School of Local Regulation, in collaboration with the GIZ Water Programme Palestine, has organized a short course on the economic regulation of water service and the performance monitoring of water utilities in Turin, 26-28 October 2016. The capacity building programme has been enriched with institutional meetings with national and local actors of the water sector:

Turin | Regulating Smart Cities: Infrastructures, Sharing and Financing

WHAT: Smart cities can be seen as platforms where major building blocks  such as energy&transport networks, ICT networks and services, active citizenship, existing infrastructure/institutions, city planning and law enforcement might be glued together into a system that is able to respond dynamically to a new set of bottom-up user-driven information.

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