The core objective of REPAiR is to provide local and regional authorities with an innovative transdisciplinary open source geodesign decision support environment (GDSE) developed and implemented in living labs in six metropolitan areas. The GDSE allows creating integrated, place-based eco-innovative spatial development strategies aiming at a quantitative reduction of waste flows in the strategic interface of peri-urban areas. These strategies will promote the use of waste as a resource, thus support the on-going initiatives of the European Commission towards establishing a strong circular economy.
A delegation from the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and a group of 45 urban planning and human geography students […]
persons reached (approximately)
dissemination activities planned from March 2018
THE DECISION NEEDS
Understand the decision needs of key actors in the study areas.
Generate manifold ideas for possible changes and engage future users, local stakeholders as well as thematic experts in strategy development.
Specify the concept of urban metabolism to describe the crucial processes in the study area,.
FRAMEWORK OF KNOWLEDGE
Develop a framework of knowledge transfer.
FRAMEWORK OF INDICATORS
Develop a framework of indicators to assess these ideas against the current situation.
DATA MANAGEMENT STRUCTURES
Develop data management structures and user interfaces for the GDSE to enable decision makers to assess their decision alternatives quickly.
Arjan van Timmeren
Project coordinator & WP9 leader
Project manager & WP1 leader
PULL Amsterdam leader
Sue Ellen Taelman
PULL Naples leader
PULL Hamburg & WP6 leader
PULL Pécs & WP7 leader
PULL Łódź leader
PULL Ghent leader