LET’S JOIN FORCES IN SUPPORTING A GREEN TRANSITION WITH SMART CITY SOLUTIONS!
Smart solutions are an inevitable part of creating sustainable environments. If we use data wisely, we can move so much faster towards sustainability – push forward a green transition of cities and buildings and create awareness to engage citizens to act more sustainably.
We can create good stuff, but if we join forces, we might create magic …..
WE BUILD DENMARK intends to create a dynamic and informal interdisciplinary environment where clusters, associated experts, and stakeholders across borders collaborate, exchange ideas and challenges, and discuss best practices in innovation efforts. All to support a vision of creating sustainable and innovative solutions for our cities and communities.
We will start the journey by inviting you to a 24-hour workshop in Copenhagen.
At this join-forces workshop, WE BUILD DENMARK wants to create a forum for sharing ambitions on innovative sustainable solutions, bridge shared knowledge, and organize cross-border networks to work together on possibilities and create solutions for faced challenges.
The workshop is an invitation to meet and engage in discussions on:
– European collaboration on smart cities
– Visions for smart solutions supporting a green transition in cities and buildings
– Known challenges that we can address and push forward together.
This first workshop aims to identify a future collaborative cluster that, through EU fundraising, can work on cross-border smart city projects, sharing experience and knowledge.
The network will decide on the themes to be discussed, but we expect to take off in the EU mission for 100 Climate-neutral cities in 2030. However, the program for the first meeting will include sessions for all to introduce ambitions and challenges.
The primary target group is representatives of smart city clusters in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark. When the primary group is formed, a secondary target group can be involved: Representatives of internationally oriented companies, universities, and (GTS) institutes with the potential for major innovation collaborations.