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  Monthly newsletter n°255 - November 2017  
    Policy brief: Climate projections are anyone’s guess

A new climate summit and a new report, alarmist as always: 3 degrees if we maintain the current trajectory, the States are not delivering on their commitments…. The figures are saying something but what are they telling us? If we find it hard to grasp their meaning, should we not find another (...)
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#COP23: the Covenant of Mayors is making its mark at the Climate Summit
Join Energy Cities and signatories of the Covenant of Mayors at the COP23 which started on Monday 6th November. The City of Bonn, in Germany is hosting (...)
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You decide, we make it: the participative budget of Águeda, Portugal
At the crossroads of civic tech and local democracy, the participatory budget of our Portuguese member city of Águeda was recently put in the spotlight by (...)
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Energetic new Board of Directors makes its voice heard in Brussels!
Since April of this year, Energy Cities is governed by a new Board of Directors, made up of elected city representatives from 11 different EU countries. (...)
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Imagine your street transformed into a beautiful green meeting place !
How can we organise our daily lives without using our cars as much as we do today? How to make the city of tomorrow visible today? Following the pioneer (...)
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You said Clus’Ter?
Lons-le-Saunier, a French town in the Jura department with a favourable background due to a deeply-rooted cooperative spirit, has been a breeding-ground (...)
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