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Impact-driven Financing and Investment Strategies for Urban Regeneration

Impact-driven Financing and Investment Strategies for Urban Regeneration

CLEVER Cities Factsheet 3
While both private and public actors will opt for the options with the best value for money, outcomes can be different in both groups depending on if the value of (non-monetary) benefits to society and the environment are taken into account as well.

Private businesses lack awareness of market opportunities and appropriate business models for deploying nature-based solutions. This CLEVER Cities factsheet outlines types of NBS financing sources and the potentials of public-private partnerships. The CLEVER Cities factsheet No 3, edited by Ecologic Institute, is available for download. 

The full length document "Impact-driven financing and investment strategies for urban regeneration" [pdf, 720 kB, English], upon which it is based, is available for download on the CLEVER Cities website.

Within the transdisciplinary research and implementation project "Co-designing Locally-tailored Ecological Solutions for Value-added, Socially Inclusive Regeneration in Cities (CLEVER Cities)", Ecologic Institute coordinates the development of the CLEVER Knowledge Framework, consisting of a series of targeted guidelines, factsheets, and checklists to guide project activities.


Citation

Perrin, M (2018). Impact-driven financing and investment strategies for urban regeneration. Factsheet 3, CLEVER Cities, H2020 grant no. 776604.

Language
English
Author(s)
Marion Perrin (EBN)
Credits

Editors: Clara Grimes (ICLEI) and McKenna Davis (Ecologic Institute)

Funding
Year
2019
Dimension
8 pp.
Project ID
2812