Inspire change through cooperation
The international urban agenda is on a new track since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals last autumn and the Paris climate agreement in December. The energy transition is recognised as a global goal by the international community. To make change happen now, we need to design new solidarities between States, regions, cities, rural and urban areas, but also between people. More than ever it is time to work together for the common good and to strengthen leadership where it is the most needed: at the sub-national level.
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Presentations & sessions
What’s new in Europe - Claire Roumet
Euro-Mediterranean mayors’ session: presentation of the CLIMED project, cooperation between Dunkerque Grand Littoral (FR), Annaba (Algeria) and Bizerte (Tunisia) which allows cities to exchange and share knowledges on climate change.
Project Factory - City Lab for energy transformations, European Climate Foundation
Mitigation meets adaptation
Financing the energy transition through innovative funding schemes
(Re)municipalisation: urban services back in local hands ?
- From municipal to private utilities…and back to municipal? Current state of debates on re-municipalisations - Dr Matthias Naumann, Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space (DE)
- Remunicipalisation, european overview - Milo Fiasconaro, Aqua Publica Europea
See you next year in Stuttgart (Germany)!
Already save the date - 26 to 28 April 2017
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