The main objective of this session is to address the urgency of labour and skills shortages in the European local public administrations to accelerate climate neutrality at the local level.
This session will focus on the imperative to embed local authorities and stakeholders in the update of these strategic plans and will share the different multi-level dialogue practices implemented in some of the EU Member States.
Learn about how to preserve heritage through creativity and urban regeneration
Learn about how to safeguard historic heritage, while promoting innovation and entrepreneurship
Learning from best practices of multilevel governance worldwide
Learn about how to repopulate your historic urban area and fight museumification
Changing the governance of energy and climate policies in six EU countries, one dialogue at a time
Learn about how culture and entrepreneurship can enhance your historic urban area
The 5th EUCF has just opened today, 28 April 2023. The deadline for submitting your application is 30 June 2023, 17:00 (Brussels time).
Learn about the implementation of new sustainable business models to enhance your historic urban area
Learn about new engaging methods and innovative tools to enhance your historic urban area
On 18 April, attend the HUB-IN webinar and join the Alliance
Heating and cooling represent almost 50% of the EU energy demand and 80% of the energy consumption in households. Yet, it accounts for 40% of […]
SSH CENTRE is a Horizon Europe project representing the cross-European Centre of Research Excellence for Climate-Energy-Mobility Social Sciences & Humanities (SSH). The project will engage […]
The NECPlatform project, funded by the first LIFE-Clean Energy Transition call of 2021, aims at supporting six EU Member States (Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Italy, Portugal, and Romania) transition to climate neutrality by setting-up and managing permanent multilevel Climate and Energy Dialogue (CED) Platforms in line with Article 11 of the Energy Union Governance Regulation.