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Exchanging knowledge and best practices on climate mitigation and adaptation initiatives in cities, including the discussion of financial instruments for climate action
 
Exchanging knowledge and best practices on climate mitigation and adaptation initiatives in cities, including the discussion of financial instruments for climate action
 
|Participants municipal actors number=170
 
|Participants municipal actors number=170
|Participants municipal actors names=See: http://www.eurocities.eu/eurocities/members
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|Participants municipal actors names=
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Aarhus (Denmark),
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Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropole (France),
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Almere (Netherlands),
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Amaroussion (Greece),
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Amiens Metropole (France),
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Amsterdam (Netherlands),
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Angers Loire Metropole (France),
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Antwerp (Belgium),
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Arezzo (Italy),
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Athens (Greece),
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Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina),
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Barcelona (Spain),
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Belfast (United K.),
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Belgrade (Serbia),
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Bergen (Norway),
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Berlin (Germany),
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Beylikdüzü (Turkey),
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Beyoglu (Turkey),
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Bialystok (Poland),
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Bilbao (Spain),
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Birmingham (United K.),
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Bologna (Italy),
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Bonn (Germany),
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Bordeaux (France),
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BrabantStad (Netherlands),
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Braga (Portugal),
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Bratislava (Slovakia),
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Bremen (Germany),
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Brest Metropole Oceane (France),
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Brighton & Hove (United K.),
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Bristol (United K.),
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Brno (Czech Republic),
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Bruges (Belgium),
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Brussels (Belgium),
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Brussels Capital Region (Belgium),
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Budapest (Hungary),
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Burgas (Bulgaria),
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Bydgoszcz (Poland),
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Cagliari (Italy),
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Cardiff (United K.),
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Chemnitz (Germany),
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Cluj-Napoca (Romania),
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Cologne (Germany),
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Constanta (Romania),
 +
Copenhagen (Denmark),
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Coventry (United K.),
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Debrecen (Hungary),
 +
Derry-Strabane (United K.),
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Dortmund (Germany),
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Dresden (Germany),
 +
Dublin (Ireland),
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Dusseldorf (Germany),
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Edinburgh (United K.),
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Eindhoven (Netherlands),
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ENEDIS (France),
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ENGIE (France),
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Espoo (Finland),
 +
Essen (Germany),
 +
Florence (Italy),
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Frankfurt (Germany),
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Fuenlabrada (Spain),
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Gaziantep (Turkey),
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Gdansk (Poland),
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Genoa (Italy),
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Ghent (Belgium),
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Glasgow (United K.),
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Gothenburg (Sweden),
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Grand Nancy (France),
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Grand Paris Sud (France),
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Grand Reims (France),
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Grenoble Alpes Metropole (France),
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Groningen (Netherlands),
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Haarlem (Netherlands),
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Hagen (Germany),
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Hamburg (Germany),
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Helsinki (Finland),
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Heraklion (Greece),
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Istanbul (Turkey),
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Izmir (Turkey),
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Kadikoy (Turkey),
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Karlsruhe (Germany),
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Karlstad (Sweden),
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Katowice (Poland),
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Kiel (Germany),
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Klaipeda (Lithuania),
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Konya (Turkey),
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Kortrijk (Belgium),
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Kungsbacka (Sweden),
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Kyiv (Ukraine),
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Lahti (Finland),
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Lausanne (Switzerland),
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Leeds (United K.),
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Leeuwarden (Netherlands),
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Leipzig (Germany),
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Leuven (Belgium),
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Linkoping (Sweden),
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Lisbon (Portugal),
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Lisburn and Castlereagh (United K.),
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Liverpool (United K.),
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Ljubljana (Slovenia),
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Lodz (Poland),
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London (United K.),
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Lublin (Poland),
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Luxembourg (Luxembourg),
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Lviv  (Ukraine),
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Lyon (France),
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Madrid (Spain),
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Malaga (Spain),
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Malmo (Sweden),
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Manchester (United K.),
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Mannheim (Germany),
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Metropole de Lille (France),
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Mezitli (Turkey),
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Milan (Italy9,
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Munich (Germany),
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Munster (Germany),
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Murcia (Spain),
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Nacka (Sweden),
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Nantes (France),
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Twente (Netherlands),
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Newcastle-Gateshead (United K.),
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Nice (France),
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Nicosia (Cyprus),
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Nottingham (United K.),
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Novi Sad (Serbia),
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Nuremberg (Germany),
 +
Odessa (Ukraine),
 +
Oslo (Norway),
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Osmangazi (Turkey),
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Ostend (Belgium),
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Oulu (Finland),
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Palermo (Italy),
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Paris (France),
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Pau (France),
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Pendik (Turkey),
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Pesaro (Italy),
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Pilsen (Czech Republic),
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Porto (Portugal),
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Poznan (Poland),
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Prague (Czech Republic),
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Preston (United K.),
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Rennes (France),
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Reykjavik (Iceland),
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Riga (Latvia),
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Rijeka (Croatia),
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Rome (Italy),
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Rotterdam (Netherlands),
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Rzeszow (Poland),
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Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina),
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Serdivan (Turkey),
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Seville (Spain),
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Sheffield (United K.),
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Sipoo (Finland),
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Skopje (Macedonia),
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Sofia (Bulgaria),
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Solna (Sweden),
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St Etienne (France),
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St Nazaire (France),
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Stavanger (Norway),
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Stockholm (Sweden),
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Strasbourg (France),
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Stuttgart (Germany),
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Sunderland (United K.),
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Tallinn (Estonia),
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Tampere (Finland),
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Tbilisi (Georgia),
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Terrassa Metropolitan Area (Spain),
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The Hague (Netherlands),
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Thessaloniki (Greece),
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Timisoara (Romania),
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Tirana (Albania),
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Toulouse (France),
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Turin (Italy),
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Turku (Finland),
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Umea (Sweden),
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Uppsala (Sweden),
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Utrecht (Netherlands),
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Valladolid (Spain),
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Vantaa (Finland),
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Varna (Bulgaria),
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Venice (Italy),
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Verona (Italy),
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Vienna (Austria),
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Vilnius (Lithuania),
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Warsaw (Poland),
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Wolverhampton (United K.),
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Wroclaw (Poland),
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Yerevan (Armenia),
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Zagreb (Croatia),
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Zaragoza (Spain),
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Zurich (Switzerland).
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|Participants supporting partners number=6
 
|Participants supporting partners number=6
 
|Participants supporting partners names=Barcelona (Spain), Birmingham (United Kingdom), Frankfurt (Germany), Lyon (France), Milan (Italy), Rotterdam
 
|Participants supporting partners names=Barcelona (Spain), Birmingham (United Kingdom), Frankfurt (Germany), Lyon (France), Milan (Italy), Rotterdam

Latest revision as of 08:43, 30 July 2020

General

Name of initiative EUROCITIES
LPAA initiative No
NAZCA Initiative No
Website address http://www.eurocities.eu/
Related initiatives
Starting year 2008
End year
Secretariat EUROCITIES - European Secretariat

Square de Meeûs 1, B-1000 Brussels

Organisational structure Voluntary city members
Geographical coverage Western Europe, Eastern Europe
Name of lead organisation EUROCITIES
Type of lead organisation International organisation
Location/Nationality of lead organisation EU

Description

Description EUROCITIES is an open city network of European cities with over 130 of Europe's largest cities and 40 partner cities. EUROCITIES has different themes and working groups; one of the working groups deals with "Air quality, climate change aqnd energy efficiency". In 2008 the network committed to climate change action in a the EUROCITIES declaration on climate change.
Objectives
Activities Monitoring and responding to the EU strategy for climate adaptation

Exchanging knowledge and best practices on climate mitigation and adaptation initiatives in cities, including the discussion of financial instruments for climate action

One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Political dialogue, Technical dialogue
Activity of initiative Knowledge dissemination and exchange, Awareness raising and outreach
Indicators
Goals
Comments on indicators and goals
How will goals be achieved
Have you changed or strenghtened your goals
Progress towards the goals
How are you tracking progress of your initiative
Available reporting

Participants

Participants Number Names
Members 170  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 170 Aarhus (Denmark),  Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropole (France),  Almere (Netherlands),  Amaroussion (Greece),  Amiens Metropole (France),  Amsterdam (Netherlands),  Angers Loire Metropole (France),  Antwerp (Belgium),  Arezzo (Italy),  Athens (Greece),  Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina),  Barcelona (Spain),  Belfast (United K.),  Belgrade (Serbia),  Bergen (Norway),  Berlin (Germany),  Beylikdüzü (Turkey),  Beyoglu (Turkey),  Bialystok (Poland),  Bilbao (Spain),  Birmingham (United K.),  Bologna (Italy),  Bonn (Germany),  Bordeaux (France),  BrabantStad (Netherlands),  Braga (Portugal),  Bratislava (Slovakia),  Bremen (Germany),  Brest Metropole Oceane (France),  Brighton & Hove (United K.),  Bristol (United K.),  Brno (Czech Republic),  Bruges (Belgium),  Brussels (Belgium),  Brussels Capital Region (Belgium),  Budapest (Hungary),  Burgas (Bulgaria),  Bydgoszcz (Poland),  Cagliari (Italy),  Cardiff (United K.),  Chemnitz (Germany),  Cluj-Napoca (Romania),  Cologne (Germany),  Constanta (Romania),  Copenhagen (Denmark),  Coventry (United K.),  Debrecen (Hungary),  Derry-Strabane (United K.),  Dortmund (Germany),  Dresden (Germany),  Dublin (Ireland),  Dusseldorf (Germany),  Edinburgh (United K.),  Eindhoven (Netherlands),  ENEDIS (France),  ENGIE (France),  Espoo (Finland),  Essen (Germany),  Florence (Italy),  Frankfurt (Germany),  Fuenlabrada (Spain),  Gaziantep (Turkey),  Gdansk (Poland),  Genoa (Italy),  Ghent (Belgium),  Glasgow (United K.),  Gothenburg (Sweden),  Grand Nancy (France),  Grand Paris Sud (France),  Grand Reims (France),  Grenoble Alpes Metropole (France),  Groningen (Netherlands),  Haarlem (Netherlands),  Hagen (Germany),  Hamburg (Germany),  Helsinki (Finland),  Heraklion (Greece),  Istanbul (Turkey),  Izmir (Turkey),  Kadikoy (Turkey),  Karlsruhe (Germany),  Karlstad (Sweden),  Katowice (Poland),  Kiel (Germany),  Klaipeda (Lithuania),  Konya (Turkey),  Kortrijk (Belgium),  Kungsbacka (Sweden),  Kyiv (Ukraine),  Lahti (Finland),  Lausanne (Switzerland),  Leeds (United K.),  Leeuwarden (Netherlands),  Leipzig (Germany),  Leuven (Belgium),  Linkoping (Sweden),  Lisbon (Portugal),  Lisburn and Castlereagh (United K.),  Liverpool (United K.),  Ljubljana (Slovenia),  Lodz (Poland),  London (United K.),  Lublin (Poland),  Luxembourg (Luxembourg),  Lviv (Ukraine),  Lyon (France),  Madrid (Spain),  Malaga (Spain),  Malmo (Sweden),  Manchester (United K.),  Mannheim (Germany),  Metropole de Lille (France),  Mezitli (Turkey),  Milan (Italy9,  Munich (Germany),  Munster (Germany),  Murcia (Spain),  Nacka (Sweden),  Nantes (France),  Twente (Netherlands),  Newcastle-Gateshead (United K.),  Nice (France),  Nicosia (Cyprus),  Nottingham (United K.),  Novi Sad (Serbia),  Nuremberg (Germany),  Odessa (Ukraine),  Oslo (Norway),  Osmangazi (Turkey),  Ostend (Belgium),  Oulu (Finland),  Palermo (Italy),  Paris (France),  Pau (France),  Pendik (Turkey),  Pesaro (Italy),  Pilsen (Czech Republic),  Porto (Portugal),  Poznan (Poland),  Prague (Czech Republic),  Preston (United K.),  Rennes (France),  Reykjavik (Iceland),  Riga (Latvia),  Rijeka (Croatia),  Rome (Italy),  Rotterdam (Netherlands),  Rzeszow (Poland),  Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina),  Serdivan (Turkey),  Seville (Spain),  Sheffield (United K.),  Sipoo (Finland),  Skopje (Macedonia),  Sofia (Bulgaria),  Solna (Sweden),  St Etienne (France),  St Nazaire (France),  Stavanger (Norway),  Stockholm (Sweden),  Strasbourg (France),  Stuttgart (Germany),  Sunderland (United K.),  Tallinn (Estonia),  Tampere (Finland),  Tbilisi (Georgia),  Terrassa Metropolitan Area (Spain),  The Hague (Netherlands),  Thessaloniki (Greece),  Timisoara (Romania),  Tirana (Albania),  Toulouse (France),  Turin (Italy),  Turku (Finland),  Umea (Sweden),  Uppsala (Sweden),  Utrecht (Netherlands),  Valladolid (Spain),  Vantaa (Finland),  Varna (Bulgaria),  Venice (Italy),  Verona (Italy),  Vienna (Austria),  Vilnius (Lithuania),  Warsaw (Poland),  Wolverhampton (United K.),  Wroclaw (Poland),  Yerevan (Armenia),  Zagreb (Croatia),  Zaragoza (Spain),  Zurich (Switzerland).
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 6 Barcelona (Spain),  Birmingham (United Kingdom),  Frankfurt (Germany),  Lyon (France),  Milan (Italy),  Rotterdam

(Netherlands).

Number of members in the years
2018
170
Have only national states as participators No


Theme

Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
Yes No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No
Last update: 30 July 2020 07:43:42

Not only have national states as participators