In Brussels, Belgium, based on a call for applications 8 Living Streets were organised in different neighbourhoods between 2016 and 2018. They tackled various problems such as safety and street prostitution, the need for positive facilitation of public spaces and ownership by the inhabitants, green spaces, public works and need for silence, a ‘residential zone’ for meeting, sharing between inhabitants and a public space shared between pedestrians and cars.
The Brussels Capital Region has established ambitious energy and climate goals. It is on the way to reducing its CO2 emissions by 20% by 2020 […]
As part of its commitment to the EU Covenant of Mayors, the city of Mouscron, Belgium, teamed up with its citizen to launch the “Coopem” […]
In only ten years, the Brussels-Capital Region has become one of the frontrunners of sustainable construction in Europe. Thanks to an ambitious energy policy initiated […]
The Brussels-Capital region is strongly committed to mitigating its greenhouse gases emissions. The Société du Logement de la Région Bruxelles-Capitale (SLRB, Housing Company of the […]