The Green Digital Charter (GDC) aims to improve the quality of life in cities through the use of digital solutions. Its annual collection of case-studies presents actions and projects associated with green digital developments implemented in signatory cities to meet their commitment in tackling climate change and improving citizens’ quality of life.
The 2016 edition gathers 32 projects and actions, implemented in 22 cities. Innovative solutions either cross-domain or specifically related to buildings, energy, transport and e-participation are included.
Out of this publication, three projects will be awarded during the GDC 2016 Awards ceremony that will take place during an event co-organised with EUROCITIES' Knowledge Society Forum (KSF) in Brussels on 25 January 2017.
Projects are competing in one or more of the following three categories:
- Citizen participation & impact on society
- Creation of European added-value
- Promoting open & interoperable solutions