22 Sep - 26 Sep

Parco Dora, Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2022

Terra Madre-Salone del Gusto, since 1996, gathers thousands of people (small scale producers, cooks, civil society organisations, local, regional and national governments representatives, youth organisations, activists […]

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Public food procurement: a game changer in the food systems transition

Public food procurement: a game changer in the food systems transition

Main takeaways from the Eating City Summer Campus, joined by Energy Cities and Energy Cities' members.

27/07/2022

Public food procurement plays a crucial role in the transition towards sustainable food systems, having an impact both on production and consumption patterns. Public food procurement holds a transformative […]
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How can cities future proof food systems?

How can cities future proof food systems?

We believe in the crucial role of cities in food systems transformation

23/06/2022

The webinar “How can cities future-proof food systems?” was the occasion to launch the Energy Cities Hub “Future-proof food systems and land policies” aiming at […]
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Food systems transition: is it really possible?

Food systems transition: is it really possible?

Sustainable food systems are needed, now more than ever. Discover the main takeaways from our annual forum.

24/05/2022

Energy Cities’ 2022 Forum in Brussels gathered experts, civil society organizations, international networks, and local governments around the same table, providing food for thought and […]
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Building sustainable, future-proof food systems

Building sustainable, future-proof food systems

Exploring ways and strategies to accelerate the transition towards sustainable and resilient food systems.

29/04/2022

Empowering local players, making wise use of our resources and living within our planet’s boundaries requires sound, democratic decision-making processes.   We, at Energy Cities, are […]
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Liberating Ties*

Liberating Ties*

Policy op-ed by Claire Roumet

17/03/2022

Our Ukrainian members are going through living hell. The Mayors have become Generals organising civil defence and running essential public services, when they can. Their […]
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Will there be cucumbers at Christmas?

Will there be cucumbers at Christmas?

Policy op-ed by Claire Roumet

14/10/2021

This question illustrates how dependent our economy is on fossil fuels, especially gas. Greenhouses in the Netherlands use a lot of gas, as well as […]
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Tartu gets ready to become European Capital of Culture 2024

Tartu gets ready to become European Capital of Culture 2024

Main avenue goes car-free to host cultural operators over the summer

08/09/2021

The City of Tartu in Estonia closed one of its roads to promote Tartu2024 as the European Capital of Culture this summer. The project was […]
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The underutilised potential of vegetable gardens to foster equality and empowerment

22/07/2021

What better way to kick off the summer season than to watch a garden flourish? July is the beginning of the abundance of summer that […]
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Energy sufficiency, a political ghost

Energy sufficiency, a political ghost

Policy op-ed by Claire Roumet

18/05/2021

Earlier this month, I saw an original advertisement published by a large French local authority to recruit an energy sufficiency advisor. The job description refers […]
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Climate district Waldsee

Climate district Waldsee

A pilot district-approach to climate protection in Freiburg

07/04/2021

Our German member Freiburg recently launched a pilot project to involve the inhabitants, schools and organisations of the district of Waldsee in the fight against […]