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Urban Future Global Conference 2016

More than 1,500 participants from over 300 cities and 50 different countries are expected at the next Urban Future Global Conference in Graz on 2-3 March 2016.

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start date: 02-03-2016
end date: 03-03-2016

  •  environment

EUROCITIES on COP 21: Malmo's Climate Living in Cities Concept

Malmo ran its CLICC project from 2010-2014 to tackle household carbon emissions by refurbishing three housing compounds.

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publication date: 02-12-2015

  •  environment

event

start date: 28-01-2016
end date: 28-01-2016

  •  environment

Separate Waste Collection in the Context of a Circular Economy in Europe - 29 January 2016

EUROCITIES, Municipal Waste Europe and the European Commission invite you to join our conference on separate waste collection in the context of a circular economy in Europe on 29 January.

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start date: 29-01-2016
end date: 29-01-2016

publication

publication date: 01-12-2015

  •  mobility

ECOMM 2016 - call for presentations

The European Conference on Mobility Management (ECOMM) has launched a call for presentations with a deadline of 16 December at 23.59 CET.

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publication date: 30-11-2015

  •  environment

EUROCITIES on COP 21: Energy efficiency through participation

Malaga involved residents in the energy efficiency refurbishment of Los Limoneros, a housing complex in one of its most deprived neighbourhoods.

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publication date: 30-11-2015

  •  environment

The Bristol Method – a resource for sustainable cities

Bristol officially launched its toolkit at COP 21 to share the experience and knowledge the city has acquired as European Green Capital 2015.

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publication date: 30-11-2015

  •  environment
  •  mobility

CREATE project on traffic congestion gears up

CREATE focuses on the issue of traffic congestion and, more specifically, how to define this and achieve a lower car use while building more liveable cities.

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publication date: 26-11-2015

  •  environment

EUROCITIES members to participate in Mayors Adapt twinning programme

A total of 22 cities from 11 EU countries have been selected to take part in the Mayors Adapt city twinning programme.

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publication date: 26-11-2015