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Be part of the best European energy projects at EU Sustainable Energy Week Awards

© European Union, 2018. LIFE projects tackling energy issues can now compete for the next EU Sustainable Energy Week Awards.

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publication date : 21-12-2018

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publication date : 21-12-2018

42 cities have already signed the Declaration on citizens engagement

42 cities have already adopted the EUROCITIES Declaration on citizens' engagement

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publication date : 20-12-2018

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First Urban Nodes Forum: save the date!

The first Urban Nodes Forum in Budapest on 3-5 April 2019 will bring together freight, logistics, planning and funding representatives from the 88 urban nodes of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) corridors to exchange ideas and develop recommendations.

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publication date : 20-12-2018

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publication date : 20-12-2018

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publication date : 20-12-2018

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Covenant of Mayors city-twinning programme 2018/19: 5 EUROCITIES members selected

Bologna, Braga, Nice Metropole, Turku and Vilnius have been selected to take part in a peer-learning exchange on climate mitigation and adaptation at local level in the framework of the Covenant of Mayors city-twinning programme 2018/19.

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publication date : 19-12-2018

Gothenburg is 3rd city to sign pledge to the EU Pillar of Social Rights

On 12 December, Gothenburg became the 3rd city after Madrid and Stuttgart to sign a pledge to the EU Pillar of Social Rights. Deputy Mayor Marina Johansson and the Vice-Chair of the Political Committee on Social Welfare, Kristina Bergman Alme signed a strong commitment to principle 1 ‘education, training and lifelong learning’.

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publication date : 19-12-2018

Ljubljana is 4th city to sign a pledge to the EU Pillar of Social Rights

Today, Ljubljana became the fourth city after Madrid, Stuttgart and Gothenburg to sign a pledge to the EU Pillar of Social Rights. Mayor Zoran Jankovic signed pledges to principle 16 'healthcare' and principle 19 'housing and assistance for the homeless'.

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publication date : 19-12-2018