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  •  environment

Urban Greening Plans: what should these achieve? who should be involved? and how?

The health of nature and the health of humans is inextricably linked; the COVID pandemic is just the latest in a string of events that has highlighted this. The European Green Deal aims to protect, conserve and enhance the EU's natural capital, and protect the health and well-being of citizens from environment-related risks and impacts. The cornerstone to achieving this will be the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2030 which calls on cities to develop Urban Greening Plans (UGP). But what...

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publication date : 24-09-2020

  •  mobility

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

  •  environment
  •  mobility

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

  •  cooperation
  •  environment

100% renewable, your city toolkit

Cities need to think and act beyond their borders, consider the social and technological aspects in urban planning, and harness the ideas and potential of their citizens. These are the main conclusions of the new toolkit 'How can your city become 100% renewable?' launched by the European Green Capital Network.

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publication date : 15-07-2020

  •  cooperation
  •  culture
  •  economy
  •  environment
  •  knowledge society
  •  mobility

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publication date : 13-07-2020

  •  environment

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publication date : 10-07-2020

  •  mobility

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

  •  environment

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publication date : 08-07-2020

  •  mobility

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publication date : 03-07-2020