Energy Cities and IEECP have recently launched the NECPlatform project, aiming at enhancing multi-level governance in 6 EU MS in order to support them to better comply with Article 11 of the Governance Regulation when updating their NECPs, as requested by the EC in the recently published guidelines
The IN-PLAN project is collecting current practices on how Energy, Climate, or Spacial planning is done across Europe to identify what is missing for efficient planning!
Discover the latest news from Circular Cities and Regions Initiative: funding opportunities, informative webinar about new Horizon Calls and new methodology for implementing circular economy at the local and regional scale!
The Covenant of Mayors Podcast Episode 1 - João Dinis on cities and states adapting to climate change.
Discover the first episode of the Covenant of Mayors Podcast ! It will give you an overview of how cities can adapt to climate change across Europe.
The 3rd edition of the New European Bauhaus prizes will be open for applications from 6 December 2022 to 31 January 2023. The 2023 Prizes will be awarded to 15 winners who will receive prize money of up to €30,000, as well as a communications package to help them further develop their projects.
Sustainable development: The role of energy communities and the commitment of the Municipality of Modena
Covenant of Mayors signatory Modena, Italy, was recently featured in the Italian magazine Forum PA for its efforts in the field of decarbonisation and sustainability transition. They highlighted the potential of energy communities, but also importance of being part of the European Covenant of Mayors
This guide will support municipalities to encourage and implement municipal collaboration with energy communities, or participation in energy communities outside public procurement, but taking into account the public procurement requirements and tendering framework. It will also provide examples fro
In the spirit of our Cities Energy Saving Sprint campaign, Energy Cities in its lastest podcast “Cities Stories*”, has chosen a local initiative: les Economes, an awareness raising program on energy use – from citizens for citizens.
The project SHARED GREEN DEAL has launched a call for local/regional authorities and not-for-profit organisations to partner with them to run social experiments focused on the following six priority Green Deal topics.
While acknowledging climate change as the challenge of a lifetime, Glasgow has created the Glasgow Climate Plan to smooth the transition to a low carbon and resilient city and to improve the quality of life of its people while achieving climate neutrality by 2030. Featured by a strong involvement of