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Public website and online Community Platform (Deliverable D7.2)

Säumel, Ina; Reddy, Suhana; Wachtel, Thomas

The EdiCitNet project has adopted two tools for fostering communication at several levels:
● The website
● The community management tool (CMT)‐community

Through the website, EdiCitNet intends to:
● Present to a broader audience the structure of the project, present its contents and present the partners and city teams.
● Offer a marketplace and brokerage platform, also re‐directed to the Think nature platform
● Actively involve citizens to explore their Edible City Solutions in their cities
● Offer the broader audience the chance to become part of a paradigm shift and a change of lifestyle.

The EdiCitNet website has been launched on the occasion of the European Research and Innovation Days 20192 (24‐26 September 2019)

The Community Management Tool was launched in September 2018 a semi‐open platform for the City Teams. The CMT is also open to all those interested in our Edible Cities Network. The CMT provides connections to a wider group than the EdiCitNet consortium partners. The CMT is used for exchange of knowledge and as a communication platform for the City Teams. The CMT allows monitoring of activities and provides an overview of City Team members’ activities
and interactions.

EdiCitNet has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 776665
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