circular economy

  •  environment

EU Green Week 2019: call for proposals to organise the opening event is now open

Next year's EU Green Week will put the process of environmental implementation in the spotlight. Its official opening event will have particular prominence, setting the tone for the week's debates. Would your organisation like to host this event?

news

publication date: 19-09-2018

  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
  •  mobility

Building Social Europe - flagship conference

On the occasion of the first anniversary since the proclamation of the European Pillar of social rights, EU, national and local decision makers will gather in Lisbon for a 2-days conference, together with social partners, civil society and academia.

event

start date: 29-11-2018
end date: 30-11-2018

  •  environment

news

publication date: 14-09-2018

  •  environment

event

start date: 07-11-2018
end date: 08-11-2018

  •  economy
  •  environment

Ghent wins Milan Pact Award 2018

The Milan Pact Awards, part of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, highlights best practices and helps foster the exchange of ideas and solutions for food related issues among cities.

news

publication date: 10-09-2018

European PES network: stakeholder conference on the 'Future of work'

A mutual learning event will take place in Brussels on 8 November 2018, organised by the European Public Employment Services network.

event

start date: 08-11-2018
end date: 08-11-2018

  •  environment

event

start date: 25-10-2018
end date: 25-10-2018

  •  culture
  •  environment

Towards greener cultural activities in cities

On July 18-20 34 participants from 14 cities and 8 European cultural organisations attended a EUROCITIES study visit in Leeuwarden, European Capital of Culture 2018. The visit focused on greening cultural events and on how culture drives innovation, socio-economic change and sustainability.

news

publication date: 28-08-2018

  •  environment

Cities in Action: Brighton & Hove's city reuse project

Brighton & Hove City Council has developed an innovative way to minimise waste as part of an ambitious office modernisation programme. Its rigorous reuse system for furniture and equipment avoids the financial and environmental costs of disposal, brings about changes in working and purchasing habits and benefits local organisations and community groups.

publication

publication date: 07-08-2018

case study

publication date: 07-08-2018