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Sharing and cooperative practices for local sustainable development: the urban village communities in Seoul. The case of the Sungmisan Village. Recent Tweets Tweets by LabGov.
LabGov is About: Cocity 16 COgovernance 21 CORoma 22 ibenidiroma 19 socialinnovation 53 urbanregeneration 19 active citizens 27 Active Citizenship 33 amministrazione condivisa 14 beni comuni 47 benicomuni 20 beni comuni urbani 15 bologna 33 Bologna Regulation 17 Christian Iaione 84 cittadinanza attiva 24 city as a commons 45 co-cities 32 co-design 14 Co-Mantova 16 cocities 49 collaboration collaborative economy 15 collaborative governance 47 commons community 15 culture 26 governance 54 governance of the commons 30 innovation 55 innovazione sociale 33 labgov 31 labsus 23 LUISS 23 LUISS Guido Carli 31 Participation 30 regeneration 24 sharing economy 48 sharingeconomy 44 sheila foster 25 Social Innovation 58 sustainability 51 urban commons 62 urbancommons 81 urban regeneration CED is an approach that recognizes that economic, environmental and social challenges are interdependent, complex and ever-changing.
To be effective, solutions must be rooted in local knowledge and led by community members. CED promotes holistic approaches, addressing individual, community and regional levels, recognizing that these levels are interconnected. But they often focus on three strategies to improve local well-being:.