COP28 endorsed a new coalition, CHAMP, stressing local governments' role amid ambitious climate goals. Such initiatives underscore the global imperative to bolster multilevel governance in the EU's governance of energy and climate action.
Tune into Episode 8 of our Podcast series on Adaptation to discover actions taken in Cox, Spain and how they engaged through the Covenant’s Policy Support Facility to help make flooding and drought cancel each other out.
15 years since the first Covenant of Mayors ceremony, the initiative prepares for a new era in which implementation of the European Green Deal at local level will take centre stage.
As part of the Digital Europe Programme, the European Commission is offering a series of e-learning courses to help you discover all BDTI’s open-source tool, contributing to the development of digital skills in the public sector.
Riga has developed a programme to reinvest the funds recovered through energy savings into measures from their Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP).
The sixth European City Facility call is now open: 75 Local Governments Will Receive €60,000 to plan clean energy actions! Apply before March 15th.
A new tool is being developed to help cities define which measures will be most effective in delivering SECAP objectives
In this pivotal year for Europe’s green agenda, it’s time to reassert mayors’ protagonist role in implementing the European Green Deal and getting things done. Let's make sure to put local and regional leaders in the spotlight in 2024.
The Brussels-Capital Region is working on shifting its economy to align it with its climate ambitions and ensure a just transition. As part of this effort, they have adopted the Doughnut Model as a guiding framework to transition to a fairer economy
Due to its location, The Hague is one of the European cities currently suffering a heavier rainfall in winter. In summer, heatwaves and drought have become more common. These extreme weather events are forcing the city to adapt to climate change.