Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Population: 300,000

 

Located along the Someș river, Cluj-Napoca is Romania’s second largest city.  It has a strong university tradition, as well as industrial heritage, and strong urban development ambitions.

 

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Cluj-Napoca welcomes proGIreg partners to the first Cities Workshop

5 July 2019

Which plants attract more bees and butterflies to our cities? When is the best moment to go commercial with city aquaponics?  What kinds of urban gardening formats exist? These are just some of the many questions asked during the proGIreg Cities Workshop, hosted by Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on 15-16 May 2019. The purpose of the workshop was to enable the proGIreg cities - Zagreb, Dortmund, Turin, Ningbo, Zenica, Piraeus, Cascais and hosts Cluj-Napoca - to share and learn from each other, and to plan further peer exchanges throughout the project to foster the replication and upscaling of nature-based solutions in post-industrial and other suitable areas back home. 

 

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