ReQ+

ReQ+
– Cross-cutting scientific project –
Networking, communication and transfer

In the context of a funding program to support research projects

Motivation
The funding program, as part of the flagship initiative “Zukunftsstadt” (“future city”) addresses the development and implementation of innovative concepts for greater resource efficiency in urban districts. The cross-cutting project supports the participating groups and alliances in the implementation and transfer of sustainable solutions into municipal practice.

Aims and methods
One objective of ReQ+ is to network the content of the projects involved, e.g. by organizing joint events. In addition, cross-cutting topics of overarching interest are prepared for the groups and alliances in workshops and discussion rounds. A further objective is establishing transparency beyond the project and networking with other relevant stakeholders through targeted public relations work.

Expected results and transfer
The results of the groups and alliances will be compiled and evaluated, and their contribution to the German sustainability strategy will be presented. The transfer to various stakeholder groups from politics, business, science and municipalities takes place through regional offers and also via a practical handbook and a freely accessible training module.

Project title
ReQ+ – Cross-cutting scientific project for the BMBF funding program “Resource-efficient neighborhoods for the future”

Project website
bmbf.ressourceneffiziente-stadtquartiere.de

Duration
01.12.2018–31.12.2022

Funding code
033W100A-B

Funding
1.299.629 €

Contact
Katja Wendler
DECHEMA Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e. V.
069 7564-425
katja.wendler@dechema.de

Project partners
Fraunhofer Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT

Twitter
@RE_Stadt

Version of
Mai 2019


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