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start date: 14-07-2020
end date: 14-07-2020

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Cities witness reduced noise pollution during the COVID pandemic

EUROCITIES is gathering data on noise levels in cities during confinement.

news

publication date: 30-06-2020

  •  economy
  •  environment

Close the glass loop platform targets 90% glass collection by 2030

Glass collection and recycling stakeholders today launched a major material stewardship programme which connects the entire European glass packaging ecosystem to boost bottle-to-bottle recycling.

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publication date: 30-06-2020

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Cities react to the EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2030

The EU Biodiversity Strategy to 2030 is an ambitious, long-term plan for protecting nature and reversing the degradation of ecosystems. It aims to put Europe's biodiversity on a path to recovery by 2030 with benefits for people, the climate and the planet.

news

publication date: 29-06-2020

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  •  environment

Sustainable cultural events in European cities

In the framework of the ROCK project in which EUROCITIES is a partner, EUROCITIES has been invited to present the ROCK guide “Leave a trace, not a footprint” during the TER (Territoires d’Evènements Responsables) 2020 organised by Réseau Eco-Evenement, a French organisation based in Nantes.

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start date: 01-07-2020
end date: 03-07-2020

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event

start date: 06-07-2020
end date: 06-07-2020

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event

start date: 24-06-2020
end date: 24-06-2020

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event

start date: 24-06-2020
end date: 26-06-2020

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Two of our members win the 2020 City in the Spotlight Award of the Covenant of Mayors

The European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson has announced the winners of the ‘City in the Spotlight Award’ in a video message on 17 June 2020.

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publication date: 19-06-2020

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Riders on the storm

In these challenging times, I feel we are “riders on the storm”, like the Doors sang. The deconfinement measures seem to have brought life progressively back to normal and the numbers look better. However, I think “there’s a killer [still] on the road” and the storm is not over. Actually, I believe the pandemic has only exposed the many storms we were riding on already pre-COVID and made them both more visible and worse.

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publication date: 17-06-2020