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  Monthly newsletter n°265 - October 2018  
    Policy brief: A call for local liberties

by Claire Roumet, Executive director of Energy Cities A battle of figures and concepts is being fought in Brussels and the UN negotiations. Now is the time to translate the Paris agreement into practical action. There are those in favour of net-zero emissions, of negative emissions, of the (...)
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Free training on innovative financing: 2 WEEKS LEFT TO APPLY!!!
The call for applications for the second learning cycle of PROSPECT is open! All representatives from local and regional authorities are invited to sign (...)
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How can local Franco-German cooperation accelerate the energy transition?
Through dialogues, exchanges, meetings, mobilisation of territories as in the TANDEM project or during the conference on the pioneering territories of the (...)
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DHC planning made easier with Hotmaps!
District Heating and Cooling (DHC) has many advantages, the best one being that it can be extremely energy efficient. DHC planning though is not easy, (...)
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Ready for a collaborative adventure in sustainable energy?
Do you believe that participatory processes can help you achieve better outcomes and more effective sustainable energy policies? Yes? Then take a look at (...)
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Tampere cuts energy costs in buildings by 50%
After the TARMO+ project promoting low-energy and carbon solutions in residential housing, last June Tampere welcomed an open house event in two recently (...)
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Copenhagenize your streets, Paris-ize your buildings, Ghent-ize citizen participation!
About cities and towns’ amazing willingness to change for the better. Anyone who already visited Copenhagen would have been amazed by the local bicycle (...)
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