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  • Possible European Territorial Futures

    Theme: Territorial foresight studies

    Scope

    The main objective of this activity is on the one hand to contribute to understanding possible territorial consequences, opportunities and challenges, of three “what-if” questions and with that to support policy development and agenda setting at relevant scales (European, national,regional and local). On the other hand the aim is to develop more general guidelines for territorial foresight studies within ESPON. Further reading.

    Policy questions

    A. What could be the territorial consequences if a new place-based economic organisation were implemented as part of a circular economy?

    B. What could be the territorial consequences if Europe’s energy production and consumption were 100% renewable?

    C. What could be the territorial consequences if European property markets collapsed?

    Contractors

    • Spatial Foresight, LU (lead contractor)
    • Mcrit, ES
    • Spiekermann & Wegener, DE
    • ISINNOVA, IT
    • Basque Center BC3, ES
    • Centre urban & territorial development, Institu Rozwoju, PL
    • TU Delft, NL
    • ÖIR, AT

    Project Support Team

    • Liisa Kok, Netherlands
    • Virna Bussadori, Italy

    Budget: € 499,925.00

    Lifetime: April 2016 – November 2017

    Deliveries

    • Inception delivery, 11 July 2016
    • Interim delivery, 13 February 2017
    • Draft Final delivery, 11 July 2017
    • Final delivery, 11 November 2017

    Participation

    Join the discussion on possible territorial futures and share your ideas on social media: ESPON – Territorial Futures on LinkedIn and RegioNetwork on Yammer.

    Contact: Marjan van Herwijnen, marjan.vanherwijnen@espon.eu

    Further information: the full description of this applied research activity is available below.

    More details on how to actively participate in focus groups organised by this project can be found HERE.

    Join the discussion and share your ideas on possible territorial futures on ESPON – Territorial Futures on LinkedIn and RegioNetwork on Yammer