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  Monthly newsletter n°235 - October 2015  
    EU Policy Brief by Claire Roumet

This month, we are particularly proud of one thing: the launch of the New Covenant of Mayors. In its new version, the initiative makes it possible for cities to make commitments within an extended time horizon and to continue down the road to a low carbon future even more ambitiously (more (...)
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COP21 just around the corner
In its contribution to the COP21, the EU has committed to a (at least) -40% CO2 objective for 2030. However, in order to get to this goal, more needs to (...)
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NEW! The Energy Cities’ best practice database has been revamped
Energy Cities now has a completely new interface for its best practice database. Entirely revamped and updated, it highlights the vitality of European (...)
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Free Climate Tours during COP21
You want to have some concrete example during COP21? The French Regional Resource center for sustainable development (Cerdd) coordinates the mobilization (...)
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Bielsko-Biala: Where Poland shows that "low-carbon" is possible
Poland’s parliamentary elections last Sunday had one winner: the eurosceptic and fossil-fuel friendly Law and Justice party. It is to be feared that, as of (...)
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COCON 63 : Massive renovation operation
The French Department of Puy-de-Dôme, in co-operation with the local energy & climate agency (Aduhme) launched an innovative collective operation aimed (...)
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