HEART (Healthier Cities through Blue-Green Regenerative Technologies) EU project just kicked off a new development stage by engaging groups of volunteers in all three demo-case cities into a comprehensive medical study. Aiming to assess any beneficial effects of blue and green
The series of workshops and surveys undertaken by our HEART experts in Athens and Belgrade took an interesting twist in the third demo site, the city of Aarhus in Denmark. While Athenians saw an opportunity to improve their wellbeing and
"We know that people are more likely to experience mental health disorders in areas with greater population density. Overcrowding, pollution, urban violence, and less social support may all be contributing factors, and this is becoming more of a challenge as
The HEART project coordinated by National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) kicked-off in a two-day online conference in late March in eight European countries, with 19 partners from academia and different fields of expertise.
The HEART project just kicked-off in February 2021 in eight European countries, with 19 partners from different fields of expertise: health, academia, urban planning, social studies, technological and innovation-oriented, along with cities’ officials’ representatives.