Green economy (in its broad sense), represents an enabling environment for people empowerment. Generally speaking, such orientation is often accompanied by a deep involvement of active citizens and entrepreneurs sensitive to "greener" choices in environmental issues, natural hazards management included. We can quote the Blue-Green Network Concept (with green infrastructures) in the case of the Lodz-PL Learning Alliance; policies to move from post-industrial to environmental sustainability in Auges-tenburg/Malmö-SE; greenhouses in Delft-NL; households' greener choices in Salford-UK.
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Cultural Factors: Attitudes toward environmental issues
Types of Actors Concerned: All types of actors, Local authorities, Active citizens, Entrepreneurs, Government, Media, National research bodies, Red Cross, NGOs, Military, Law enforcement agencies, Healthcare and emergency services, UN and other international organisations, European Civil Protection Mechanism, National civil protection body, Non-active citizens