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  Monthly newsletter n°251 - June 2017  
    Policy brief: Mobilising ALL stakeholders

This is how it is. The United States, the world’s second largest producer of greenhouse gas emissions, has announced its withdrawal from the first multilateral agreement on climate change signed by 195 countries. An agreement that reminds us of our shared responsibility and commits each country (...)
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Take part in Energy Cities' events during the EU Sustainable Energy Week! #EUSEW17
The EUSEW Policy Conference is the most important European conference dedicated to sustainable energy policy issues. Sessions organised by the European (...)
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The ENGAGE campaign continues in Liege
A pilot city of the campaign launched in 2010 as part of the Intelligent Energy Europe project, Liege is continuing to develop pledges in favour of the (...)
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Those who think that it is impossible are requested not to disturb those who are trying
Despite the rather gloomy international context created by the decision of the President of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Agreement, cities (...)
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Bristol unlocked £50m energy investment opportunities - thanks to ELENA
As a result of ELENA grant funding, Bristol City Council has delivered thousands of insulation measures on social and private housing, hundreds of solar PV (...)
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