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  Monthly newsletter n°240 - May 2016  
    Policy brief: Local coalitions planning the post-carbone future

Last month, I finished my policy brief by a call for “Devolving energy policy decisions to the local communities”. Today, Greenpeace brought to light the TTIP papers… another leak, as if every month should make public a new secret negotiation. Besides what the deal content is, it is the process (...)
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#Bornova2016 - Remunicipalising energy services: why and how?
Over the last 15 years, 235 cities in 37 countries have brought water services back under public control benefiting 100 million people. Paris, Naples, (...)
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Malmö awarded in Brussels for its outstanding mobility plan
On 20 April, our member city of Malmö (Sweden) was announced by Director-General for DG MOVE, Mr. Henrik Hololei, as the winner of the 4th Sustainable Urban (...)
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Citizen-powered cities: coping with conflicts
A revolution is on its way : all over Europe, the energy market is being shaken up by individual citizens, associations and entrepreneurs who wish to have (...)
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EU Commissioner Arias Cañete invites mayors to join the new Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy to make Europe “a sustainable low-carbon and climate-resilient society”
Following up on the historic international agreement on climate change reached last December in Paris, EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel (...)
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PLAC - A participative platform for climate in Almada (Portugal)
The city of Almada in Portugal is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050. In order to collectively work towards this objective, the (...)
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Energy efficiency implemented too slowly in Europe: a status report from “Energy Efficiency Watch3”
More than 1.100 experts from all 28 EU Member States were consulted about the relative progress in energy policies of their own countries in the last 3 (...)
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