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  •  environment

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start date: 19-02-2019
end date: 20-02-2019

  •  environment

Covenant of Mayors city-twinning programme 2018/19: 5 EUROCITIES members selected

Bologna, Braga, Nice Metropole, Turku and Vilnius have been selected to take part in a peer-learning exchange on climate mitigation and adaptation at local level in the framework of the Covenant of Mayors city-twinning programme 2018/19.

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publication date: 19-12-2018

  •  environment
  •  mobility

2018 at a glance: Key facts and figures of the Covenant of Mayors in Europe

Are you wondering about the impact of the Covenant of Mayors community? Check our 2018 infographic and discover the achievement of the 8,800+ signatory cities.

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publication date: 18-12-2018

  •  environment

Webinar: Coping with heat stress in cities

Temperatures hit exceptional levels last Summer, especially in Northern Europe, with severe consequences on health and well-being in cities. How to get your city prepared for such phenomenon? Follow our webinar on 18 December from 11 to 12 CET.

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start date: 18-12-2018
end date: 18-12-2018

  •  environment

Amsterdam commits to 55% CO2 emissions reduction by 2030 at the ChangeNOW Summit

Amsterdam hereby renews its commitment under the Covenant of Mayors. By committing to reduce CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, it sets even more ambitious targets than the minimum Covenant requirements (40% emission reductions by 2030).

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publication date: 03-10-2018

  •  environment
  •  mobility

Local climate action : several EUROCITIES members raise the bar

Several EUROCITIES members took ambitious commitments to become low-carbon at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco on 14 September 2018.

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publication date: 20-09-2018

  •  environment

Antwerp's 'Greentool' to measure the environmental and ecological benefits of green areas

Among many other co-benefits, blue-green infrastructures help cities become more resilient to climate change. Antwerp’s ‘Greentool‘ allows urban planners to explore green potential to improve the living environment (heat stress, air quality, etc.) in a specific area or neighbourhood.

case study

publication date: 24-08-2018

  •  environment

Berlin's innovative wastewater heat recovery for the swimming pool on Sachsendamm

In the framework of the climate protection agreement with the Berlin Senate, the municipal water company, Berliner Wasserbetriebe (BWB – Berlin water company), was searching for innovative renewable energy sources. Through the installation of a heat pump, they now recover heat from the city’s wastewater systems and use it for a local swimming pool.

case study

publication date: 24-08-2018

  •  environment

Bratislava's subsidy scheme for the purchase of rainwater management installations

Through its subsidy scheme for the purchase of rainwater management installations, the municipality of Bratislava encourages households to contribute to protecting the city from pluvial floods and property from damage.

case study

publication date: 24-08-2018

  •  environment

Thessaloniki's bioclimatic upgrade of public spaces

The municipality of Thessaloniki is committed to designing and implementing pilot projects of urban regeneration based on the local bioclimatic characteristics, in order to adapt to the impacts of climate change.

case study

publication date: 24-08-2018