The University, stakeholder in the European project Low Carbon Districts, visit success stories in Italy together with the Government of Navarra.
This project Interreg Europe aims to improve policies and strategies to accelerate the transition of cities to a low-emission urban environment.
14 | 10 | 2021
The University of Navarra, together with the department of Territorial Planning, Housing, Landscape and Strategic Projects of the Government of Navarra and the public company Nasuvinsa, has participated, as a stakeholder of project Low Carbon Districts (LC Districts), in the visit to success stories in Marche (Italy).
Low Carbon Districts is an Interreg Europe project involving seven partners from five regions in Spain, Italy, Sweden, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Its goal is to improve policies and strategies to accelerate the transition of cities towards the achievement of a low-carbon building stock and urban environment.
This action was attended by Ana Sánchez-Ostiz, professor of the School of Architecture and director of the Master's Degree in design and management Environmental Building Ana Sánchez-Ostiz, who positively valued the case studies for their contribution "not only to the reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emissions, but also to environmental, social and economic sustainability in an area heavily hit by the 2016 earthquake that has been able to cope with the reconstruction with sustainable criteria".