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The Cross-Border Cooperation Congress is a meeting place for practitioners of cross-border cooperation from the EU and the Eastern Partnership countries
The new route will take only 45 minutes, which will reinvigorate the region and create dozens of commuters between the two regional capitals of Styria and Carinthia
Shall we refer to that Iberian region as “Video Game Valley” from now on?
With expensive or unavailable fuel and damaged infrastructure, aid workers need bikes to travel long distances
The award was established in the memory of Paweł Adamowicz, the mayor of Gdansk, Poland, who was assassinated in 2019, during a Christmas charity event for healthcare
The city’s hilly layout will provide a perfect testing ground for the new electric waste truck eEconic
The taxis are a warm-up for the city’s requirement that all new taxis after 2025 be CO2 neutral
The project is set to cost the city around 6 million euros and reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills
Shall we refer to that Iberian region as “Video Game Valley” from now on?
It was developed especially for the needs of the city of Rotterdam
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With expensive or unavailable fuel and damaged infrastructure, aid workers need bikes to travel long distances
The new route will take only 45 minutes, which will reinvigorate the region and create dozens of commuters between the two regional capitals of Styria and Carinthia
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Urban noise pollution can be a driver behind health issues like insomnia and cardiovascular disease, as well as a cause of decreased productivity
The campaigners argue that the event will be scary and stressful to the city’s animals as well
Preparing the Artoteka exhibition in Barakaldo, Source: Ayuntamiento de Barakaldo
Taking a library approach to promoting local art production
The Barakaldo City Council, in the Basque Country of Spain, reported plans to unveil a new exhibition of young artists, called Artoteka. The idea behind the initiative (whose name is a portmanteau of the Spanish words for ”art” and “library”) is to grant the possibility to local residents to borrow the exhibited works the same way they would borrow a book from a library.
This will be the first platform for the loan of art that seeks to integrate the work of artists from the region and thus promote the dissemination of works and the professionalization of the creators. The artworks can be borrowed for a minimum of 3 months.
Artoteka is part of a collection of multidisciplinary works by seventeen local artists, which are articulated around a series of themes, such as collaboration and common, ecology and nature, fantasy and speculation, ritual, identity and memory, critical technologies and everyday life. The concept of the art on display is that it links intimately to other areas of knowledge.
People interested in these works can select a work to borrow for their homes, offices or study places for at least 3 months. To activate each loan, mediation activities are designed based on the space and the needs and interests of the user and the artist. In this way, meeting spaces are created between artists and communities to reflect collectively on the works and their meanings.
Artoteka arises from the collaboration between the artists’ associations Karraskan, Sarean and Wikitoki within the European project Reshape. This activation of Artoteka, in Barakaldo, is subsidized by the Department of Culture of the Basque Government and the Provincial Council of Bizkaia.

With expensive or unavailable fuel and damaged infrastructure, aid workers need bikes to travel long distances
The new route will take only 45 minutes, which will reinvigorate the region and create dozens of commuters between the two regional capitals of Styria and Carinthia
The award was established in the memory of Paweł Adamowicz, the mayor of Gdansk, Poland, who was assassinated in 2019, during a Christmas charity event for healthcare
The project is set to cost the city around 6 million euros and reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills
The city’s hilly layout will provide a perfect testing ground for the new electric waste truck eEconic
The taxis are a warm-up for the city’s requirement that all new taxis after 2025 be CO2 neutral
With expensive or unavailable fuel and damaged infrastructure, aid workers need bikes to travel long distances
The new route will take only 45 minutes, which will reinvigorate the region and create dozens of commuters between the two regional capitals of Styria and Carinthia
The goal is to boost recycling rates and teach children the principles of circularity
The goal is to boost recycling rates and teach children the principles of circularity
Urban noise pollution can be a driver behind health issues like insomnia and cardiovascular disease, as well as a cause of decreased productivity
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The European Commission has accepted to develop the idea
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