Drittmittelprojekt

Matching Forerunner Cities: Coping with climate change in Turku, Malmö, Rostock, and Groningen (MaFoCi)

Forschungsabteilung: Institutionenwandel und regionale Gemeinschaftsgüter

Projektleitung im IRS: Prof. Dr. Kristine Kern

Projektteam: Dr. Wolfgang Haupt

Verbundpartner: Åbo Akademi University (Koordination) Leibniz-Institut für Raumbezogene Sozialforschung

Förderorganisation: Turku Urban Research Programme

Laufzeit: 10/2019 - 12/2020

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This project aims at analysing the climate change policy of the City of Turku and compare it with the experience of three comparable cities, Malmö, Rostock, and Groningen. The City of Turku aims at becoming a carbon-neutral city by 2029. The strategy encompasses an implementation programme and specific measures. Since similar strategies have been decided upon and implemented in many European cities, there is much to learn from other forerunner cities. The project will focus on two aspects: first, it will study four matching forerunner cities, assess the learning capacities of their key actors (including public, private and civil society actors) and the transfer potential of demonstration and lighthouse projects in these four cities. Second, it will, on a more general scale, ask how mid-sized forerunner cities like Turku, Rostock, Malmö and Groningen can develop from city pioneers to city leaders, gain national and international recognition and reputation as leading cities, and thus help to upscale successful local projects nationally as well as internationally. The project is an applied research project which will lead to policy advice and recommendations for the four cities involved but also for mid-sized cities in Europe in general. The main findings of the project will be published as a report, in addition various transfer activities will be conducted to facilitate learning opportunities.

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04. Dezember | 2019

Küstenstädte sind in besonderer Weise vom Klimawandel betroffen. Zugleich gehören Städte oft zu den Pionieren der Klimapolitik, sowohl im Klimaschutz, also der Vermeidung von Treibhausgasemissionen, als auch in der Klimaanpassung. Ein neues Forschungsprojekt nimmt mehrere mittelgroße Küstenstädte im Nord- und Ostseeraum in den Blick, die sich als Pioniere der städtischen Klimapolitik positioniert haben. Es hat das Ziel, das gegenseitige Lernen der Städte zu unterstützen und herauszufinden, wie erfolgreiche lokale Projekte sich transferieren lassen. mehr Info