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Carbon Neutrality

Carbon neutrality refers to achieving net zero carbon emissions by balancing a limited amount of carbon released with an equivalent amount sequestered or offset. For cities to work towards carbon-neutrality, a whole-of-government approach based on effective partnerships and actions at all levels of government, with strong supportive policy frameworks and incentive systems is crucial.

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Local drive for a cycle-friendly city

Facing severe pollution from over-reliance on cars, Thessaloniki (GR) committed to promoting cycling proactively, and, through the URBACT RESILIENT...

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