With more than 1,000 registered users from more than 60 different countries, the Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities (RFSC) has been assisting local authorities, urban project stakeholders, academia and other stakeholders in the design, implementation and monitoring of integrated strategies in the field of sustainable urban development. This has been done while promoting the European vision of Sustainable Cities resulting from the Leipzig Charter and, more recently, the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities Office is seeking to publish a collection of case studies to showcase how local authorities and other stakeholders are implementing integrated sustainable territorial development projects/strategies using the RFSC tool. This collection of case studies aims to give visibility and share experiences with a widely range of audiences in the field of sustainable urban development, at European and International level.
Selected case studies will be presented in a publication to be launched in March 2019, promoted and disseminated by the RFSC. You will also have the opportunity to:
- Present the case study at RFSC organised events
- Be interviewed for a more in depth presentation of the case study
- Have your case study promoted through RFSC and partners communication channels.
Apply until 31st January 2019!
- RFSC case studies guidelines
- Online application form
If your city is not using the RFSC tool yet, RFSC is organising an online webinar on 27 November, from 11:00 to 11:45 (CET), to increase knowledge on the tool and have your questions answered.