This session of ‘Pitch Your Transformation’ incorporates:
- The Node CIV-VAL
- Collaborative Governance Models for District Management – Building Local Innovation Ecosystems
- Novel evaluation methods to derive insight from science technology and innovation artefacts regarding SDGs
Each project presents for 10 minutes followed with 30 minutes of Q&As.
The employment of temporary uses in the urban regeneration processes of post-industrial cities holds an extraordinary transformative potential. Temporary uses can be utilized to experiment and prototype ideas, projects, or initiatives that bring all stakeholders of society to work together towards a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable future. The Horizon 2020 project “T Factor” concerns itself with the development of tools and capacities to tap into this potential. This initiative presents the methodology of one of the project’s experiments, which addresses the question of what are the elements needed to build an innovation ecosystem in the context of Bilbao (ES) and the urban regeneration project of Zorrotzaurre Island. The initiative showcases a comparison of case studies with the context of the Bilbao innovation ecosystem and the steps that will be taken to engage the different stakeholders and decision-makers that have initiated this process.
Ref: #35 (runs with 31, 46)