Alberto Colorni (Poliedra – Politecnico di Milano) describes consortium’s areas of involvement within Sharing Cities project, which include defining the system of sustainable mobility and social collective rewarding with respect to people’s engagement.
Damiano di Simine (Legambiente) describes engagement of Milanese citizens in private building retrofit, which represents an important part of cities’ climate policies.
Eugenio Morello (Politecnico di Milano) talks about co-design in Porta Romana district, that include co-creation of new urban services, buildings retrofitting, car-sharing business models and establishment of new visions for Sharing Cities.
Andrea Temporelli (RSE) describes how Sharing Cities monitoring and evaluation project helps Milan’s Porta Romana district in assessment of benefits of its technological innovations for locals.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement N°691895
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