While cities are engines of economic growth, they are also engines of environmental impact. Therefore, as main energy consumers, cities play a crucial role in achieving a more sustainable energy future, ensuring access to sustainable, affordable, reliable, and modern energy for all. For this, cities must mobilise investments, strengthen polices, and transform their way of planning urban areas.
The concept of “écoquartier” - the term is a contraction of the two French words “quartier” and “écologique” (ecological neighbourhood) - was...
PROSPECT H2020 , a new Peer-to-Peer (P2P) learning project has just launched its first call for applications. Cities and regions are invited to apply...
THIS CALL IS NOW CLOSED
Tackling climate change was never going to be easy. But in the afterglow of the Paris COP21 Agreement, at least it seemed that we were moving in the...
Do you have experience in drafting or implementing a city’s Air Quality Plan? The URBAN AGENDA for the EU - Partnership on AIR QUALITY is calling on...