The project aims to establish and meaningfully coordinate new relationships between behavioral and environmental dimensions and relationships between technologies and policies. The aim is a gradual transition from a rather technocratic and top-down oriented planning culture to a people-oriented process and dialogue culture. In this way, the foundations are laid for an integrated urban development. As overall aim, the urban quality of life is to be improved through sustainable buildings, sustainable neighbourhood development and expanded green infrastructures. There is also a focus on strengthening resilience to the consequences of climate change. Thereby, the constant transfer of knowledge between international stakeholders from science, politics, urban citizens and the corporate sector is being regarded as essential for sustainable urban transformation.