The Cities of the Citizens

Chapter

Abstract

Citizens are the political stakeholders of cities. They have rights and duties to the city. Since the time of the Athenian city state, the permanence of cities in time has been related to their capacity to promote open democracies. Active citizenship means participation in and responsibility for decisions on the future of a city.

Keywords

Biomass Europe Transportation Income Coherence 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BrusselsBelgium

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