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  Monthly newsletter n°What’s EUp in 2018?  
    What's EUp in December 2018?

2050 is now… …even if it is still more than three decades away. In recent years, more and more European cities have created 2050 local climate and energy roadmaps, in close collaboration with all stakeholders on their territories. Our recent publication, highlighting examples from Grenoble (...)

What's EUp in fall 2018?
When the wind of change blows… “…some people build walls, others build windmills”, says an ancient Chinese proverb. It indicates how change can frighten some (...)


What's EUp in June 2018?
Reshuffling the power dynamics in EU energy politics A year ahead of the European elections, a recent series of political upheavals has radically changed (...)

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blog 21 mars 2019
Spain is reforming its Energy and Climate Policy. A ray of hope?

blog 21 March 2019
Germany creates a climate cabinet

blog 18 March 2019
Grenoble, a laboratory for citizen participation

blog 12 March 2019
Climate change is everyone’s business!

blog 8 mars 2019
Policy brief: Make the EU Greta'gain

blog 7 March 2019
The city of Bottrop is transitioning from a coal and steel city into an innovation hub

blog 28 février 2019
EU elections manifesto

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