We aim to create new knowledge by participating and collaborating in research projects and developing new open source tools.
We aim to gather and curate (all) knowledge around urban metabolism in one central platform in order to make it accessible to different target audiences.
We help policy makers and practitioners to tackle their challenges with Urban Metabolism thinking.
We believe that tackling the urban sustainability challenge can not be done alone. We want to foster a community of stakeholders that collaborates on developing solutions.
News, events, people, organisations and projects in the field of urban metabolism.
Data dashboards for cities featuring material stocks, flows, and much more.
Hundreds of academic publications and grey literature neatly organised and curated.
Data visualisations, podcasts, and videos around urban metabolism.
Honestly, I do not know much about QGIC. However, I am learning it. The most crucial part of collecting data …
Hi Carla, this indeed sounds like a database limitation.
Guus, I assume this is one of the CityLoops-specific database fields …