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  Monthly newsletter n°242 - July 2016  
    Policy brief: Re-designing Europe through a large pan-European citizen debate

“Different towns, same message : There’s no decent work’ ; ‘the politicians don’t care about us’ ; ‘we’ve been forgotten’.” reported Mike Carter, journalist at The Guardian who walked from Liverpool to London to speak with UK citizens. For him, the BREXIT vote was no surprise. Could Europe provide an (...)
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Boosting cooperation between cities: #Bornova 2016 conference success
Last month, at our Annual Conference in Bornova (Turkey), Mayors of cities in Europe and its Mediterranean neighbourhood have committed to acting together (...)
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2016 EU Sustainable Energy Week: Energy Cities' events as if you were there!
Energy Cities organised several events in the framework of the EU Sustainable Energy Week (13-17 June) and participated in a few others. Floriane - our (...)
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Energy Cities at the Climate Chance Summit in Nantes, 26-28 September 2016
After the huge success of last year’s Lyon Summit, a second gathering of non-state actors ahead of COP22 is scheduled in Nantes from 26-28 September. Energy (...)
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Central and Eastern Europe: new local and green jobs thanks to the European Modernisation Fund?
Central and Eastern Europe’s energy system is to be modernised by 2030 thanks to a new European funding instrument known as the “Modernisation Fund”. The (...)
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High-performance renovation of schools : a toolkit to do much better
It’s time for summer holidays and school buildings’ renovation ! Intended for elected members, their technical departments as well as for building (...)
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Bielsko-Biala: One of the 3 most liveable cities in Poland
According to a ranking by the Polish Robert Schuman Foundation, our member city Bielsko-Biala is the 3rd most liveable and sustainable cities in Poland. It (...)
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