Iron Gates – The Green Reopening
AuthorsNedelcheva Bebenova-Nikolova, Diana
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Former industrial communities in the Iron Gates area are facing development challenges. At the same time, examples of successful redevelopment in such communities exist both internationally and in the Danube region. The project aims at using a transdisciplinary case study method in order to: identify and analyze existing redevelopment initiatives, select pilot communities in the project region and negotiate with them development scenarios for economic revitalization. The main scientific and practical outputs will include a system model of possible sustainable revival in former industrial communities and a practical Tool Kit for community-based local redevelopment.
Keywords:Iron Gates / sustainability / communities / industrial sites / local entrepreneurs / revival
Source:Danube:Future Interdisciplinary School Proceedings 2017 "Cultural and Social Implications of Global Change on the Danube River Basin", 2019, 90-105
- Krems: Danube University
- Geography of Serbia (RS-47007)
- Danube: Future project is a Flagship Project of the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region, in the Priority Area ‘Knowledge Society’. Danube: Future is a joint network project of the Danube Rector’s Conference (DRC) and the Alps-Adriatic Rector’s Conference (AARC), co-funded by the Central European Initiative (CEI) Cooperation Fund.