"The secret of getting things done is to act!"
How will the cities of tomorrow be and look like? This question, and many others, did youths from different European countries discuss on a camp in Scotland. Oline Saether is a seventeen years old student from Norway who is sharing her experiences from this years IC summer camp which took place in Scotland.
Travelling from London to Brussels by train produces roughly nine times less emissions per passenger per kilometer than a plane journey. Climate goals are drivers for change and so are also the economic goals. European transport networks are changing regions dramatically as the 30 priority projects will be implemented.
From 21 to 22 of March the key stakeholders within the EUSBSR will meet for the third working meeting to discuss future implementation of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Key messages to be discussed during the meetings are the following questions:
On September 19, 2010 general election to Swedish parliament was held where parties were competing for 359 seats. Result of this political competition has shed a light on a number of unresolved issues in Swedish society and initiated discussions regarding current course of Swedish politics.
Trans in Form project is supposed to communicate with other European projects bringing benefits to development and improvements in regions. Networking with a project PURR that we have informed Trans in Form readers about earlier now has found one more interesting project called grids. Best practice guidelines for regional development and strategies.
The 20th August representatives from the Innovation Circle Network participated in a conference about non-formal education in Siauliai city. All the attendants were introduced to the Network activities, projects and a long contribution to a lifelong learning. Especially the importance of international cooperation was emphasized. The IC team also used an opportunity to meet Siauliai City mayor Genadijus Mikšys and invite the city to become a part of the IC Network.