SUSPLACE project's synthesis report on sustainable places is available now

The Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN program SUSPLACE on sustainable place shaping recently published its synthesis report on the why, what and how of sustainable place-shaping including insights on the 15 individual projects as well as useful tools for practitioners. 

The synthesis report of the SUSPLACE project - edited by prof. Ina Horlings - provides a summary of the SUSPLACE findings for a wide audience, structured by the What, Why and How of sustainable place-shaping. Additionally it includes a description of our joint SUSPLACE learning journey of 15 projects and highlights outputs, such as several videos, a toolkit on creative and arts-based methods and an interactive policy guide on co-creation for practitioners.

Read the full report here: