Christmas is different this year, in cities all over the globe. Here are some season greetings, adapted to the covid conditions.
At the heart of Prague's new transport policy is a more integrated, energy efficient and environmentally friendly public transport system.
Europe Day on 9 May 2021 is an occasion to celebrate some of the incredible solidarity that cities have displayed over the last year.
The Digital Services Act is moving through its legislative process, but it remains an abstract piece of legislation in most people’s minds, yet it will have real life consequences for everyone.
The European Commission wants to make beautiful, inclusive and sustainable design the embodiment of the Green Deal. Find out how cities are leading the way with their ideas.
Encouraging cities to use design to solve the issues of today, Eurocities will help the European Commission define what exactly is meant by “New European Bauhaus”.
As the EU announces a Covid-19 certificate aimed at facilitating travel, cities wonder if tourism can get back on track in time for Summer.
Tourism will provide a necessary boost to vibrant urban life, when travel can once again open up – but it must also be sustainable, and add to quality of life for a city’s residents.
The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed traditional waste generation patterns in our cities, but it is just one example of how city services must respond to our behavioural changes over time.
To mark International Tolerance Day, mayors of Polish and foreign cities appeal to respect the principles of equality.
The first Eurocities digital annual conference kicks off with the united voices of mayors recognising an opportunity in times of crisis. They see a window for change that is sustainable, just, and with people at the centre.
Mayors from nine major European cities have written a letter to the presidents of the European institutions to demonstrate the need for a clear local level role in the recovery.