Held on the 24-25 April 2014 at the University of Twente, the eseia-IGS conference brought together experts, academics and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines to discuss options and strategies for smart and green innovations in cities and regions. The aim was to link scientific research and practical implementation and to consider and compare transition strategies based on smart and green innovations in cities and regions.
The conference embraced a multidisciplinary perspective, with a focus on governance and energy transition. It was organised along two tracks in parallel to the two working groups of eseia:
Track1: The bioresource transition in regions
Track2: The smart energy system transition in cities and regions
In the context of this conference, the new eseia Bioresource Discourse Book was presented.