Last month, the Mayor of Energy Cites’ member Križevci (Croatia) challenged the citizens to imagine a sustainable future for the city after the Covid-19 crisis. The local organisation Green Energy Cooperative (ZEZ) and Terra Hub mobilised the community thanks to a 24h challenge/hackathon “Today for Tomorrow – Križevci Version 20.30.” and are ready to share and discuss with us how they did it, why and what came out of it!
Learn more about this successful initiative during our webinar!
This webinar has been organized within the framework of the Living Streets project. This project is part of the European Climate Initiative (EUKI) of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
|00.00-01.52||Welcome and intro – Bénédicte Weber, Energy Cities|
|01.53-06.06||About this webinar – Sandra Vlašić, ZEZ &Terra Hub & EIT|
|06.07-10.44||Why the city of Križevci did it and what we got out of it? Daniel Šaško, deputy Mayor of Križevci|
|10.45-29.40||“Today for Tomorrow” hackathon in Križevci: How we did|
it, what we have learned? – Erica Svetec and Josip Beber,
Green Energy Cooperative ZEZ & EIT C-KIC
|29.41-36.40||Climathon 2020, Fabienne Lang, EIT C-KIC|
|36.41-53.23||Questions & Answers|
Danijel Šaško, Deputy Mayor of Križevci
Hackathon team from ZEZ
Green energy cooperative