European Green Capital Award
The Lithuanian capital was elected as European Green Capital 2025 for its strong commitment to sustainability while having a realistic and down to earth approach.
Tallinn is characterised by the diverse nature of its landscapes and communities, which also serve as habitats for rare species.
Located in the Alps, east of the Rhone valley corridor, Greater Grenoble is called the ‘Alps capital’ due to its size.
European Green Leaf Award
With a population of almost 94,000 inhabitants, Treviso is a vibrant city, now recognised as sustainable example among small European cities.
Viladecans is approaching environmental commitment through a multi-level approach in a very convincing and joyful way and is focusing its whole strategy for their year as European Green Leaf winner on two main pillars: the ecological transition and promotion of a healthy lifestyle.
Valongo is located in the North of Portugal, District of Porto and is part of the Metropolitan Area of Porto.
Winterswijk is located in the East of the Netherlands and provides space for a total of 28,852 inhabitants.
- 2024Elsinore and Velenje
Denmark and Slovenia
- 2022Valongo and Winterswijk
Portugal and The Netherlands
- 2021Lappeenranta and Gabrovo
Finland and Bulgaria
- 2020Limerick and Mechelen
Ireland and Belgium
- 2019Cornellà de Llobregat and Horst aan de Maas
Spain and The Netherlands
- 2018Leuven and Växjö
Belgium and Sweden
- 2015Mollet del Valles and Torres Vedras
Spain and Portugal