Incredibly 2013 has flown past, and with it we bring a busy year for Ciudad Emergente to a close. We want to thank all those who have supported and followed us this year, and share with you all a visual and numerical summary of the 2013 highlights. Starting with the good, the bad, and the learned we launch 2014 with concrete initiatives to improve the quality of life in our cities.
Here is an overview of the last year!
http://docimages.fi/?dereter=anyoption-erfahrungsbericht&9e1=ba Ciudad Emergente’s 2013 year in numbers:
http://ortdestreffens.de/?yabloko=sichere-strategie-f%C3%BCr-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&acd=1c 8 people actively working
binary options forum 2 Countries and 7 Communes**
enter 8 alliances with national and international universities ***
opzioni binarie logos 1 nomination for project of National Innovation Avonni
http://alschu.de/?destomit=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-broker-wiki&149=7e 1st place in best neighborhood practices for Urban Potlucks
1,570 direct beneficiaries ****
16,831 people downloading publications on tactical urbanism
more than 12,000 PET bottles reused and recycled.
More than 20,000 plastic bad reused and recycled
1 vision: improve the quality of life in the city through social innovation and citizen participation!
Happy New Year to all who emerge with new ideas for the city, and welcome to 2014!
*In 2013 CEM published the book: Tactical Urbanism VOL3: Latin Ameriacan Cases, as well as a Spanish translation of the book Enabling City VOL2 by Chiara Camponeschi. See more here.
** This year CEM maintained a strong presence in Chile and we realized our first project in Mexico. The communes where we had a presence included Santiago Centro, Providencia, Valparaiso, Concepcion, Temuco, Antofagasta, and Santiago de Tepalcatlalpan
*** During the fist semester of 2013 CEM was actively present in 3 national universities through the course “Tactical Urbanism” in the UDP, and the course “Public Responsibilities” in the UDD (the latter was also offered during the second semester). During the second semester of 2013 CEM took part in the course “Emerging Urbanism” for UC’s Masters of Urban Planning and the “Urban Entrepreneurship” course at the UDD. Furthermore CEM realized national collaborations with the University of Antofagasta and the Universidad Católica del Norte, and international collaborations with University College London (UCL), Monash University in Australia, and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma of Mexico.
**** The calculation of direct benefits is intimated exclusively based on people attending the 7 Urban Potlucks, calculating 110 people per Potluck, adding 800 active participants in the application of 3 instruments for assessing public perception, 400 people in the tactic Map8pedaleable, 200 people in the tree of ideas, Mexico, and 200 people in the tree of idea Parque Metropolitano.