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productive Green Infrastructure for post-industrial urban regeneration


Methodology on spatial analysis in front-runner and follower cities

The methodology guides the local consortia in FRC and FC in their spatial analysis of the urban regeneration areas to achieve comparable results.

updated communication and dissemination plan 2

communication and dissemination activities

updated communication and dissemination plan 1

communication and dissemination activities

Final report on co-design workshops in FRC

The deliverable will report on the stakeholder ideas and contributions about the transformation of the NBS tested in LLs into business models.

Implementation Monitoring report 1

The first implementation monitoring report will reflect the state of NBS implementation in M25 of the project and allows the risk management of the further implementation activities. It will inform the preparation of the monitoring of NBS benefits (WP 4)

Guidelines for co-designing and co-implementing green infrastructure in urban regeneration processes

A first draft of the 'Guidelines for co-designing and co-implementing green infrastructure in urban regeneration processes' will outline the basic steps to be taken to bring the relevant stakeholders together and facilitate their interaction in a result-oriented way tailored to the interests and needs of different groups of the society. Special attention will be dedicated to marginalised and vulnerable groups in order to lower social, cultural, physical, language or other barriers which could compromise their equal participation. Through the first round of workshops it will be further differentiated and adapted to the specific needs of each FRC.

Roadmap towards urban planning in FC

coincides with the start of the assessment of NBS in FRC (tasks 4.1 – 4.4). The methodology will be developed in cooperation with WP 4 and WP 6 and integrate the findings and conclusions identified in FRC.

Report on workshop round 1 in FRC

The report presents the city-specific stakeholders for urban regeneration who have been identified in the FRC and how they can be integrated in the co-design process for NBS.

Report on workshop round 2 in FRC

The report will sum up the co-design activities the FRC have undertaken with citizens and stakeholders in the second round of co-design workshops.

updated communication and dissemination plan 3

communication and dissemination activities

corporate design for project communication

The corporate design manual will guide the appearance of all communication material used within proGIreg.

Report on technological barriers

The report will describe the technological barriers identified with the help of the standardized questionnaires (D5.1).

Report on barriers beyond the project

The report will resume the results of the questionnaires on barriers addressed

Spatial analysis evaluation report

The report wraps up the regeneration needs and potentials identifies through the spatial analysis in the FRC and FC.

Monitoring and assessment plan

A monitoring and assessment plan to evaluate effectiveness of the implemented NBS will be established. The plan will include information about the stakeholders involved in this process.

Report on non-technological barriers within the project

The report will describe the non-technological barriers identified among the proGIreg stakeholders, especially the FRC

Report on common methodology for implementation incl. sample templates for monitoring

The common methodology for implementation will guide the FRC in planning, organizing and communicating the implementation of NBS in their LLs. It sets common standards which will be locally adapted by the cities.

mid-term conference in Turin

The conference will present the project progress and visit the NBS implementation sites in Turin, to exchange approaches and NBS tested in the LLs, and to update the project’s working process in relation to the replication and information needs of the global proGIreg network. In case of an online event, site visits will be replaced by appropriate media for presenting the LL and giving a voice to the local stakeholders.

ProGIreg website

public project website

kick-off conference in Dortmund

pre-proGIreg NBS implementations for urban regeneration, to exchange approaches and NBS to be used in the proGIreg LLs and to bring research questions of the global proGIreg network to the project.


Databases will be collected throughout the duration of the project based on the plan and protocols described above. Cities will be responsible for data collection based on instructions from WP 4 partners. Databases will be made accessible to the various partners of proGIreg and external partners according to the H2020 rules. Despite databases will be organised continuously an official release according to the rules set by the consortium is planned for the mid-term and the end of the project.

Protocols of measurements

Protocols of measurements including baseline and project follow-up will be set in order to homogenise the data collected from the different cities. Indicators will be set here based on the EWG assessment framework on NBS. Protocols will include the collection of existing information from the cities where available and when considered useful.

Development of standardised questionnaires addressing technological and non-technologocial barriers

The standardize questionnaires will be used to collect information on barriers on NBS implementation from the stakeholders involved in proGIreg.

Data Management Plan

analysis of the data collected in the project

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Urban agriculture as a keystone contribution towards securing sustainable and healthy development for cities in the future

Author(s): S. L. G. Skar, R. Pineda-Martos, A. Timpe, B. Pölling, K. Bohn, M. Külvik, C. Delgado, C. M.G. Pedras, T. A. Paço, M. Ćujić, N. Tzortzakis, A. Chrysargyris, A. Peticila, G. Alencikiene, H. Monsees, R. Junge
Published in: Blue-Green Systems, 2/1, 2019, Page(s) 1-27, ISSN 2617-4782
Publisher: IWA
DOI: 10.2166/bgs.2019.931

Examining the opportunities for nature-based solutions at the Municipality of Piraeus

Author(s): A Paraskevopoulou, N Tzortzi-J.Georgi, A Oikonomou, E Mariaki, A Paraskevas
Published in: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 296, 2019, Page(s) 012003, ISSN 1755-1315
Publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd
DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/296/1/012003

Urban Living Labs, Circular Economy and Nature-Based Solutions: Ideation and Testing of a New Soil in the City of Turin Using a Multi-stakeholder Perspective

Author(s): Grazia Sveva Ascione, Federico Cuomo, Nicole Mariotti, Laura Corazza
Published in: Circular Economy and Sustainability, 2021, ISSN 2730-597X
Publisher: Springer Nature
DOI: 10.1007/s43615-021-00011-6