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Handbook on Urban Living Labs

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Handbook on Urban Living Labs

There is a growing trend to involve citizens in city development to make urban areas more sustainable and livable. The urban living labs approach offers a way to foster new collaborative, trans-disciplinary ways of thinking in urban planning and development, and provides a real-world testing ground for urban innovation and transformation. This handbook aims to bring open innovation and co-creation to urban policy makers and change agents in Europe and beyond, by offering an introduction into the basic concepts and principles of urban living labs. In addition, this handbook provides examples of good practices and guidance on the design, operation and evaluation of urban livings labs.

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Background

The Handbook on Urban Living Labs is an outcome of the GUST project, which brings together leading European partners and practitioners from Sweden, the UK, the Netherlands and Austria to investigate Urban Living Labs.

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