Eight evaluation Plans (one for each pilot city in its own language)
Syllabus for local coordinators training sessions on Active Collaborative Methodologies
Eight Urban Strategic Plans at “ground level” (one for each pilot city in its own language)
Quality Management Plan, including impact monitoring plan and indicators
The Report will illustrate the conclusions from the analysis of urban metabolism variables in selected cities and will provide preliminary indications for the definition of Urban Models for Strategic Waste Planning.
The Sector Watch consists of a highly targeted source of information for public procurers: within a programme is developed, set up and launched that allows for monitoring developments in the waste sector (best practices, criteria, relevant labels, solutions, guidance, news).
Corpus of at least 50 best practices concerning waste prevention and management strategies
Thematic, actor and country-oriented waste stakeholder matrixes, having the stakeholder’s categorized maps as annexes
Executive project plan and procedures
The Strategic Planning frameworks for the 8 pilot cities will include the first set of policies and actions for the different waste production sectors. They will provide guiding objectives and will be built on the base of a participatory approach.
Methodological guidelines for the construction of the Strategic Planning frameworks based on urban metabolism approach
Report on impacts of the participatory decision-making process
City Match activities planned and ongoing. The City Match activities will kick off in month 6 and will be deployed throughout the project, until month 36.
Guidelines for the selection and implementation of adequate stakeholder engagement techniques
EU Roadmap to recommendations
Report on effective stakeholder engagement practices
Eight Roadmaps (one for each pilot city in its own language)
Risk Assessment and Contingency Plan
Collaborative Methodology to personalize the Urban Strategic Plan for each city
Dissemination and communication strategy The first version of the strategy will be published in month 2 whereas updated versions will be published in month2 12 and 24.
Societal Responsibility Management Plan
Project results exploitation plan
The Report will contain a comprehensive assessment of the best WMS, policies, regulations, and summary for each city and nation involved. The report will state the relevance of variables that determine the interrelations between the social, environmental and economic factors within the urban metabolism approach.
Urban Metabolism guide. Report with procedures to implement Urban Metabolism analytical tool in European cities. The first version of the guide will be published in month 15 whereas an updated final version will be published in month 36.
Data Management Plan
One transnational report on pilot actions (in English)
Guidelines for the use of UM, MFA and LCA analysis results in waste decision making
The deliverable consists in the architecture of the conceptual model with the different components that constitute it. It defines input data, main mathematical calculations and assumptions and data requirements. It establishes the ways inwhich different variables are connected.
The database of Urban Metabolism Flows will contain information to support public authorities in the decision making process. It will be based on the results of studies applied to the 8 cities, but it will be organised so as to be used by other cities too.
Final version of the toolkit uploaded on the Urban_Wins platform
Online agoras spaces that integrate the project platform including smart phone/tablet application with additional existing tools favored by desired participants
Urban Metabolism case studies. Reports for each of the 8 cities that will be subject to detailed study with quantification and analysis of their Urban Metabolism The first version will be published in month 24 whereas an updated final version will be published in month 36.
Autoren: Davide Longato, Giulia Lucertini, Michele Dalla Fontana, Francesco Musco
Veröffentlicht in: Sustainability, Issue 11/7, 2019, Page(s) 2101, ISSN 2071-1050