strategies that make your city smarter - smart city - smart city wheel boyd cohen

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<ul><li> 1. What is a smart city? What could be a strategy that makes your city smarter?Presented to the New Urban Creatives Almere, The Netherlands - Dec 18th 2013Raymond Versteegh Movement Entrepreneur</li></ul> <p> 2. Develop and implement a smart cities strategy a broad, integrated approach to improving the efficiency of city operations, the quality of life for its citizens, and growing the local economy. Boyd Cohen @ http://www.fastcoexist.c om/1680538/whatexactly-is-a-smart-city Step 1: Create a Vision with Citizen Engagement. Step 2: Develop Baselines, Set Targets, and Choose Indicators. Step 3: Go Lean 3. Greenest City 2020 Action Plan VancouverTo become the greenest city in the world, City staff are working with Council, residents, businesses, other organizations, and all levels of government to implement the Greenest City 2020 Action Plan. 4. Greenest City 2020 Action Plan Goals of the Action Plan The Action Plan is divided into ten goal areas, each with a specific 2020 target.Together, these address three overarching areas of focus: Carbon Waste Ecosystems . 5. Citizen engagement Range of software and mobile tools to engage and communicate citizens in a dialog about city projects 6. Develop and implement a smart cities strategy a broad, integrated approach to improving the efficiency of city operations, the quality of life for its citizens, and growing the local economy. Step 1: Create a Vision with Citizen Engagement. Step 2: Develop Baselines, Set Targets, and Choose Indicators. Step 3: Go Lean 7. Smart Mobility in Copenhagen Baseline: Set cycling goals in 2002 Target indicator; 50% of all trips to school and work by 2015 In 2009: Achieved 37% already. 8. Integrated ICT Integrated ICT. 9. Develop and implement a smart cities strategy a broad, integrated approach to improving the efficiency of city operations, the quality of life for its citizens, and growing the local economy. Step 1: Create a Vision with Citizen Engagement. Step 2: Develop Baselines, Set Targets, and Choose Indicators. Step 3: Go Lean 10. Toronto Doing both pilot charging station program at a cost of $65,000 to the city to start with a pilot project as a way to get feedback on their hypothesis it needs to snag some early wins while also building plans for longer-term actions. . 11. Smart City Wheel Smart LivingDelenit augue duis dolore te feugait nulla facilisi. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Smart Mobility Smart People Smart Economy Smart Envinronment Smart Government By Boyd Cohen </p>

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