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Registration Open: joint Working Group meeting Air Quality & Sustainable Mobility Planning

The next meeting for Air Quality of the working group will take place on 13 October 2020, online, in a joint meeting with the Working group Sustainable Mobility Planning of the EMF.

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publication date : 02-10-2020

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Eurocities has moved

Eurocities has a new website.

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publication date : 01-09-2020

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Help us raising the voice of cities on the inclusion of people with disabilities

EUROCITIES is conducting a survey dedicated to Principle 17 of the European Pillar of Social Rights on the inclusion of people disabilities in the context of the update to the European disability strategy post-2020.

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publication date : 27-08-2020

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EGCN webinar series: sustainable urban development

The European Green Capital Network has a new series of webinars to join up all cities and relevant stakeholders with EGCN experts to discuss sustainable urban development and the findings of their related toolkits of policy recommendations and strategies.

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publication date : 24-08-2020

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publication date : 13-07-2020

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publication date : 09-07-2020

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Bremen: Germany's first 'bicycle zone' in the Neustadt district of Bremen

Bremen's Minister for Mobility Dr Maike Schaefer officially dedicated the first German bicycle zone on 7 July. This is the first time that the new signposting option of the amended road traffic regulations has been applied in Germany.

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publication date : 08-07-2020

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publication date : 03-07-2020

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Riders on the storm

In these challenging times, I feel we are “riders on the storm”, like the Doors sang. The deconfinement measures seem to have brought life progressively back to normal and the numbers look better. However, I think “there’s a killer [still] on the road” and the storm is not over. Actually, I believe the pandemic has only exposed the many storms we were riding on already pre-COVID and made them both more visible and worse.

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publication date : 17-06-2020