The City of Paris wants to become greener and hands out licences to those who apply, allowing them to garden in public spaces.
Green urban spaces are designed to teach residents about rainwater retention through the creation of special gardens in residential and commercial properties.
Transforming a derelict area in northern Paris into a showcase of citizen governance opens up a new space for many activities in a formerly abandoned public space under the metro.
Growing edible plants in public parks and green spaces makes this town’s community, in front of the Gates of Paris, more enjoyable, sustainable, and connected.
The two cities foster cooperation in diverse dialogue formats with representatives from civil society, the Municipality, the private sector, and citizens, in order to overcome the economic changes affecting the region.
This one–day festival aims to showcase the beauty and richness of faith and culture from the diverse faith communities in Dublin City, inspiring people to take positive actions in their communities and workplaces.
This initiative looks to strengthen urban adaptability to climate change, build social resilience, create new green jobs, and connect municipalities with a hands-on attitude.
Climate-friendly mobility is instigated by a single electric car, purchased in a small locality for all residents to share.
Joint efforts by the City, companies, and NGOs offer coordinated ecological education to bring measurable benefits for citizens, in terms of pollution and costs.
The urban Borough of Ealing sets up a comprehensive tree strategy, including free fruit for all residents from orchards, planted on public land.
Weekly, organised meetings in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria, give young people a voice, and let them discuss and bring ideas to the local Municipality.
A silent and sustainable public transport system in Sweden, along the pioneer bus line 755, features a wireless busstop charging system.
Newcastle runs a project for innovative ideas in the form of a science and innovation centre that focuses on sustainable solutions for the city.
To save the bees, ‘bee-friendly’ habitats are created in communities, focusing on soil conservation and planting wildflowers.
The market economy is instrumentalised to provide housing for people with lower incomes within the new estates of Örebro.
Young people apply to become active citizens and help support, maintain, and create their city’s heritage.
Through a new online platform, Longford residents can take a more active role in shaping the future of their county.
A law is passed to divest public funds from companies who explore, extract, or process fossil fuels.