Smart Cities zijn Healthy Cities Europa

Vandaag kreeg AiREAS het volgende bericht:

Dear Stakeholder,

We would like to thank you for your interest into the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities and the submission of your commitment for action, following the Invitation for Commitments which closed on 15 June 2014.

It is with great pleasure that we accept your proposal as an eligible commitment under this European Innovation Partnership. Your commitment will be an important part in our common effort to build a dynamic market-place for smart city projects and solutions in Europe.

Following your indication, you are invited to join the action cluster Standards, Baselines and Performance Indicators and Metrics. Please feel free to indicate if you believe that your commitment should also contribute to other action clusters or if you think that your commitment should be fully moved to another action cluster.

Please note that the kick-off of the action clusters and hence the start of the implementation phase of this partnership will happen on October the 9th in Brussels. Further detail will follow soon.

We look forward to working with your organisation in the future.

Yours sincerely,
The Smart Cities & Communities Team

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About Jean-Paul Close

Life forms in nature are healthy by definition. Unhealthy ones disappear to make room for a new cycle of healthy life. If human organizations, societies, governance and economies accept unhealthy pollution we hence destroy ourselves. A new governance appears based on awareness of core values to sustain our species and living surroundings. It a new democracy called Sustainocracy. Old structures collaps as the new one grows. Sustainocracy exists through new age ventures like AiREAS, FRE2SH and STIR learning cooperation.
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