Tainan - Sustainable Growth of Historical and Waterfront areas

A vision contributing to regional and national policy objectives
Opportunity to contribute to the improvement of climate change and reduction of carbon emissions both being singled out by the Taiwanese Authorities as national and regional priorities. These objectives need the engagement of local authorities and of all territories As tomorrow is being shaped by today's development, building a sustainable future implies new planning concepts such as ecomobiity of people and goods, less reliance on private car, less transport, carbon neutral development, 100% renewable energy, support for sustainable industrial growth and innovation in all aspects of city life.

Urbanity can be defined as a collective way of experiencing the city and its functions, but also as the will to examine the heterogeneity of its forms and to think out public space to encourage people to meet in places they share in common.

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