Last month, the European Commission revealed new legislation designed to protect and restore Europe’s ecosystems. The first-of-its kind proposal sets an ambitious target to repair 80% of European habitats.
Two Green City Accord signatories, Tampere (Finland) and Valongo (Portugal) were crowned winners at the recent EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK awards ceremony in Brussels.
The European Commission recently announced the much anticipated list of 100 cities that will participate in the Cities Mission, 30 of them have already signed the Green city Accord.
The Green City Accord has now reached a milestone of 73 cities including the 9 new cities that signed the political commitment at the high-level hybrid ceremony on 22 September 2021.
Join the European Commission and mayors from across Europe to celebrate more than 50 cities commitment to ambitious environmental protection goals.
The European Commission’s Green City Accord has hit a milestone number of cities willing to adopt even more ambitious environmental protection targets
Thirteen European cities have signed the Green City Accord
The Green City Accord is a movement of European cities committed to safeguarding the environment.