URBAN RESILIENCE

Urban resilience is the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions, businesses, and systems within a city to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience. Check how the cities in the Netherlands become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges that are a growing part of the 21st century.

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Image: Urban Air Quality: UrbanAirQ

Urban Air Quality: UrbanAirQ

Urban air quality in cities and its impact on public health is currently a growing concern, receiving ample attention from policymakers, scientists and... read more »

Image: Smart Energy Pilot “EnergyFrontrunners”

Smart Energy Pilot “EnergyFrontrunners”

In the Dutch municipality of Heerhugowaard, the energy system of the future is being tested in smart energy pilot entitled ‘EnergieKoplopers’... read more »

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Developing an Open Heat Grid Togher – HEAT

Suppose developing an open heat grid is easy and the process runs smoothly. You and local stakeholders can then set up an energy grid supplied, for example,... read more »

Image: Cloudia: insight into your energy data at your fingertips

Cloudia: insight into your energy data at your fingertips

Cloudia is a data service that gives consumers easy, accurate and up-to-date (real-time) insight into their energy consumption. Consumers simply have to... read more »

Image: Plant Lab – Closed Growing Environment for Crops

Plant Lab – Closed Growing Environment for Crops

PlantLab is on a mission to change the way the world is fed. Through their revolutionary technology, they can grow fruits and vegetables on a fraction of... read more »

Image: WeShareSolar – Crowdfunding Solar Energy

WeShareSolar – Crowdfunding Solar Energy

WeShareSolar (Dutch brand name: ZonnepanelenDelen) is a crowdfunding platform for collective solar-energy initiatives. WeShareSolar assists crowdfunding... read more »

Image: Mobypark – Makes parking easier and more efficient

Mobypark – Makes parking easier and more efficient

Parking your car in big cities is becoming more and more difficult. Many drivers spend on average 20 minutes per time while looking for a parking spot.... read more »

Image: Experience Mobility as a Service initiatives

Experience Mobility as a Service initiatives

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) stands for a transition in mobility, where a consumer buys in mobility, instead of investing in transport equipment. In many... read more »

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Choose your Energy Moment

Due to the rise of sustainable energy, the energy market is rapidly changing. Supply and demand are moving further and further apart. Consumers can help... read more »

Image: The Edge: The Most Sustainable Building in the World

The Edge: The Most Sustainable Building in the World

  OVG Real Estate, the Dutch commercial real estate developer and investor, has created the most sustainable building in the world, after its newest... read more »

Image: Smart Urban Retrofitting

Smart Urban Retrofitting

Smart Urban Retrofitting refers to the restructuring of existing housing stock to increase buildings’ resource efficiency and generation capacity. Not... read more »

Image: Closing the Chain of Mineral Building Materials

Closing the Chain of Mineral Building Materials

One of the ambitions of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Region is aimed at improving its security of supply by significantly reducing import of raw materials.... read more »

Image: 3Di – Water Management Visualisation

3Di – Water Management Visualisation

3Di is a new versatile water management visualisation instrument that supports operational water management, calamity management, and spatial planning design.... read more »

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Connected Bridge Management System

The bridge management system (BMS) helps bridge operators decide when a bridge can be lifted. It can take into account active traffic scenarios in traffic... read more »

Image: RECURF – A New Life for Urban Textiles

RECURF – A New Life for Urban Textiles

The RECURF project researched re-using circular urban fibres and biobased plastics in urban products. A variety of companies within the Amsterdam metropolitan... read more »

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