DiGreen Handbook of GREEN good Practice: Solutions for cities and municipalities

Franziska Cecon (Publisher), George Cornel Dumitrescu (Publisher), M Fečko (Publisher), Davide Maffei (Publisher), A Avram, Josef Johann Bernhart, Peter Decarli, A Drăgoi, Melanie Gross, M Gramaticu, D Mitrică, T Ortner, S Poladian, Kurt Promberger, D Prüller, S Poladian, S Rodino, Silvia Ručinská

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The DiGreen Handbook of GREEN good Practice - Solutions for cities and municipalities is the result of the Digital Government for Green Municipalities and Cities - DiGreen project. The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.1
The handbook of GREEN good practice presents good examples of providing public services using green means. Municipalities and cities produce these ”in-house” tools or use private sector products.
The text of the handbook is written in a clear, non-technical language, accessible to the general public, to be user-friendly and easy to understand and apply for practitioners. The ecologically provided public services present ways to rationalise the provision of competencies that the municipalities and cities have, engage inhabitants in governance, enhance the provision of public services qualitatively, base public policymaking on evidence, and take transparency and openness into consideration when providing public services.
The importance of targeting municipalities and cities is relevant in terms of their involvement in higher education. Higher education students of public administration, public management, public policy and other similar study programmes also fulfil their practical part of the study at the municipality and city public bodies.
The handbook was produced in hard copy and electronic format, both in English. The online form is available through the official DiGreen project website.
Short versions of the handbook were published online in the national languages of every partner (Slovak, Italian, German, Romanian).
The authors would like to thank all the involved municipalities and cites, which contribution and cooperation in formulating green good practice examples was valuable.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBozen
PublisherEurac Research
Number of pages126
ISBN (Electronic)9788898857920
ISBN (Print)9788898857906
Publication statusPublished - 2023


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