Surveys

URBAN-EU-CHINA Events - what is your experience and recommendations?

To whom is the survey addressed? (谁是问卷调查对象?) This survey is addressed to interested stakeholders on events of URBAN-EU-CHINA Innovation Platform on Sustainable Urbanisation. The selection of the events as the most important URBAN-EU-CHINA activities for impact assessment analysis was approved by the management board and advisory board at the 3rd URBAN-EU-CHINA event cluster held in Beijing in September 2018. Why this survey? (这份问卷的调查目的是什么?) Within the framework of URBAN-EU-CHINA and based on the objectives of the EU-China Innovation Platform, the impact assessment is one task (1.4) within WP1 Joint Policy Strategies. The responsible partners – the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) and the China Intelligent Urbanization Co-creation Center for High Density Region of Tongji University (TJU-CIUC) – are assessing the short- and medium-term impacts of the most important URBAN-EU-CHINA platform activities, including the challenges, potential unintended side-effects as well as the stakeholders they are intended to address. The survey aims to collect impact evidence regarding the participating stakeholders of URBAN-EU-CHINA events.

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What do you think about our website and newsletters?

To whom is the survey addressed? This survey is addressed to interested stakeholders on website and newsletters of URBAN-EU-CHINA Innovation Platform on Sustainable Urbanisation. The selection of the website and newsletter as one of the most important URBAN-EU-CHINA activities for impact assessment analysis was approved by the management board and advisory board at the 3rd URBAN-EU-CHINA event cluster held in Beijing in September 2018. Why this survey? Within the framework of URBAN-EU-CHINA and based on the objectives of the EU-China Innovation Platform, the impact assessment is one task (1.4) within WP1 Joint Policy Strategies. The responsible partners – the Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER) and the China Intelligent Urbanization Co-creation Center for High Density Region of Tongji University (TJU-CIUC) – are assessing the short- and medium-term impacts of the most important URBAN-EU-CHINA platform activities, including the challenges, potential unintended side-effects as well as the stakeholders they are intended to address. The survey aims to collect impact evidence regarding the website visitors and newsletter readers.

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In the URBAN-EU-CHINA Innovation Platform on Sustainable Urbanisation, 12 experienced European and Chinese consortium partners from across the sustainable urbanisation value chain join forces to support the European Commission in its aim to make EU-China sustainable urbanisation cooperation more accessible, attractive, and rewarding for a broader set of stakeholders. To accomplish this we organise a coordinated series of actions including: a strategic R&I agenda, scoping and assessment, networking events, peer-to-peer exchanges, bench-marking and monitoring, and joint demonstration projects. By creating tighter coupling between city-level, national, and supra-national programmes, planning, policies, and projects, URBAN-EU-CHINA will yield a significant increase in cooperative EU-CHINA R&I activities. Feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions or like to know more! E-mail to: coordinator@urbaneuchina.eu