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  Monthly newsletter n°264 - September 2018  
    Policy brief: Summer homework: What do cities need?

by Claire Roumet, Executive director of Energy Cities Tradition dictates that we take Summer workbooks with us to the beach. This year however, it’s just as school is starting up again that we need you to hand in your homework! In the dog days of Summer, we received a panicked request from the (...)
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How Polish cities are bucking the government’s coal trend: 5 ways to push for more renewable energy
Poland is not known for being the strongest supporter of solar, wind and biomass. Instead, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party is defending the (...)
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The Energy Cities network welcomes 30 Greek cities!
30 Greek cities and towns recently joined Energy Cities through the adhesion of the Greek network "Sustainable City". "Sustainable City" is a civil, (...)
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Serious play: a game-changer for local climate action?
Games are meant to entertain us. But can we have fun while improving our abilities to learn, make decisions and collaborate to bring forward the energy (...)
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How can our streets become living streets ?
Are you rethinking public space in your city? Get inspired by 8 European cities where collaborating citizens, businesses, local authorities, associations (...)
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