Next February 1st at 3:30 p.m. we organize a new (im)probable dialogue to present the new book by our colleague Leda Stott “Partnership and Transformation:
What is the current landscape of innovation in public policies and governance in southern Europe? Which institutions are working on new forms of governance to
Accelerating Urban Climate Neutrality Through National Multi-Stakeholder Platforms: The Case of Spain
En este artículo, uno de los capítulos publicados en el informe “‘NEXT GENERATION EU’ CITIES. Local Communities in a Post-Pandemic Future”, Valentina Oquendo, Julio Lumbreras y Jaime Moreno explican cómo introducir aceleradores en la transformación de las ciudades.
A Dialogical Approach to Readiness for Change towards Sustainability in Higher Education Institutions: The Case of the SDGs Seminars at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
The transformation for sustainability requires a paradigm shift towards systems thinking and interdisciplinary collaboration, which entails, above all, a process of cultural change affecting individual mindsets, organizations and society as a whole.
“Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of Public Policies on the Sustainable Development Goals through Budget Allocation and Indicators”, by Raffaele Sisto (Technical Univesrity of Madrid),
How to promote collective intelligence and co-creation in the application of Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) in cities? A manual to explore new channels for creating citizen awareness and promoting the participation of multiple actors.
This document presents the analysis of primary and secondary information of the photovoltaic energy projects for rural areas electrification in Colombia.
On October 29, we hosted a webinar to present the study “Climate change. Scientific bases and questions for debate”, coordinated by Julio Lumbreras.
Partnerships to accelerate the Sustainable Development Goals. The case of El Día Después (The Day After)
Collaboration, cooperation and partnerships are terms that have generated growing expectations as strategies to accelerate the necessary changes, that will in turn lead to attaining the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Moreover, SDG 17 specifically states that “The SDGs can only be realized with strong global partnerships and cooperation”.