Circular collaborative production in urban areas
Promoting a more circular production paradigm, engaging communities, and promoting urban and community development can be achieved through collaborative production in cities. The EU-funded Pop-Machina project will create a network of existing and new communities in urban areas, and use cutting-edge technologies (factory-of-the-future, blockchain) to engage urban planning, boost social dialogue, recognise local needs in training and skills development. Successful case studies will be learned from to develop a framework for implementing circular collaborative production in urban areas. This framework will be tested in living labs in seven cities: Leuven (Belgium), Thessaloniki and Piraeus (Greece), Kaunas (Lithuania), Venlo (The Netherlands), Santander (Spain), and Istanbul (Turkey).
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Funding SchemeIA - Innovation action
1060 Saint Gilles