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Clean City Linköping: Co-designing innovative solutions with young people


In the Swedish University City of Linköping (about 150,000 inhabitants) the city centre was hit again and again by outbreaks of littering and graffiti. These environmental problems mainly occurred during evenings and week-ends, when groups of young people gathered in the city centre and typically dropped packaging materials and food leftovers in the streets.  

The co-production initiative Clean City aims at bringing about behaviour change of young people by co-designing campaigns and improvement actions with them.

Hier können Sie die Fallstudie auf Deutsch lesen (download the German version).
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Lise-Lotte Johansson
City Gardener of the City of Linköping



Peter Timm-Arnold
Associate of Governance International


Dr. Peter Timm-Arnold, Governance International Associate, wrote this case study in November 2014.

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