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1. Territorial Development and the Great Transformation : What to consider when strengthening cities and rural areas in the future  
Territorial Development and the Great Transformation : What to consider when strengthening cities and rural areas in the future In this interview (and videocast) we will be talking with Prof. Dr Dirk Messner about a question that has been keeping us busy for a while now: In our work, how can we promote a more sustainable and transformative way of territorial development, and what systemic…  
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5. Quality Infrastructure enables the Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved  
Quality Infrastructure enables the Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved In 2015 the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which provides a framework for peace and prosperity for the planet and its people. 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form the core of the 2030 Agenda. The SDGs demand concerted action in a global partnership to end poverty and other…  
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Dr Jörg Meyer-Stamer Scholarship Annelien Cunningham About us Mesopartner is a knowledge firm that specialises in economic development, competitiveness and innovation.  Our strategic intent is to be globally acknowledged as an innovator in economic development practice. Combining theory, practice and reflection, we enable clients to explore options and support decision-making…  
7. Circular Territorial Development  
Circular Territorial Development Looking at the inefficient and polluting way that energy is produced and used worldwide, it becomes apparent that we are still following the linear economic development model of “take, make, use, lose” (Raworth, 2017): Take the material resources which are necessary to produce a product, make it by using additional matter and heat resources available at a price or…  
8. Presencing in International Development Cooperation  
Presencing in International Development Cooperation We wrote this article from our home offices due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which made the invitation from the u.lab course seem all the more relevant. How can humanity find a way to a future that cares for everyone on the planet and the planet itself? In September 2018, a group of development consultants from various parts of the world and…  
9. Inspirational practices from East German Regional Growth Pole (RGP) experiences  
Inspirational practices from East German Regional Growth Pole (RGP) experiences During 2018 and 2019 we were asked by different regional governance and private sector development projects in the Ukraine and Peru to identify key procedures and learnings from regional growth pole (RGP) strategies and institution-building processes in East Germany. The interest focused primarily on the region of…  
10. The Great Sustainability Transformation and Mesopartner's role  
The Great Sustainability Transformation and Mesopartner's role The global fossil fuel-based economic growth and the mass consumption model has pushed us to the edge of planetary boundaries. The concept of planetary boundaries was developed by world-class scientists and Nobel laureates in 2009 (Rockström et al., 2009). The concept builds on the argument that we have reached the Anthropocene era,…  
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