A compilation of Good Practices: Innovation for Age-Friendly Buildings Cities and Environments

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This is a collection of Good Practices within the frame of the Action Group working on Innovation for age-friendly buildings, cities and environments of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, an exercise which ran from July to October 2013. The collection of the Good Practices reflects a snapshot of innovative age-friendly practices across the EU in 2013.

D4 Innovation for Age-friendly buildings, cities and environments Group. A compilation of Good Practices: Innovation for Age-Friendly Buildings Cities and Environments. Brussels: European Commission; 2013. Available at:

Brussels: European Commission; 2013. Available at:

Report

26/11/2013

The "Innovation for Age-friendly buildings, cities and environments" Action Group has been working to implement innovative solutions to develop environments that are more age-friendly and promote active and healthy living. The multi-disciplinary group is working at a regional and local level, as well as in an EU context, to analyse integrated approaches to urban design, housing, services and businesses and explore new ways to promote active and healthy ageing. The Action Group brings together regional and local authorities from across the EU, European NGOs, technology providers, universities, research centres, SMEs and other stakeholders.


D4 Innovation for Age-friendly buildings, cities and environments Group.

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