Greenvolve aims to empower 18-65-year-old citizens in the fields of green city elements and public consultations, in order to be able to shape urban design efficiently and improve their awareness on how to act responsibly in participatory decision-making which can affect them directly. Aware and open-minded citizens can be involved successfully in urban decision-making and, thus, contribute to their own greener, cleaner, and healthier environment, neighbourhood, and city.
The main objectives are to:
- prepare citizens to be able to take part in any form of citizen engagement focusing on questions related to a greener city,
- create visualised adult learning materials on the “green city elements”, including sustainable, smart and innovative solutions in the different urban systems with impact on climate, environment, biodiversity and the health and well-being of the citizens.
- enforce the citizens’ personal skills to be able to participate in different types of public consultations by creating an adult education toolkit
- create an online learning platform in order to incorporate the developed knowledge on green city and active citizenship comprehensively and to support the target audience’s better understanding.