Webinar Tuesday 28 April at 17:00 CET: Senior policymakers and civic leaders share their experiences and offer recommendations on strategies for responding to and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The EU Cities for Fair and Ethical Trade Award, an initiative of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Trade, celebrates EU cities who champion more sustainable trade, consumption and production, thus creating opportunities for producers elsewhere.
The Award welcomes applications from cities leading on sustainable, fair and ethical trade through:
Cycling industries are the gamechangers of decarbonised Europe and can massively contribute to achieving the goals of the European Green Deal, starting from a green COVID-19 recovery. At the Summit, the sector and its new innovations will be put in the spotlight.
Residents of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode have asked for streets to be closed to cars, leaving them free for pedestrians and cyclists, much like the examples seen in Berlin, Oakland and New York. Many of the parks have already been closed, restricting the resident’s ability to enjoy the outdoors and get some fresh air and if implemented, this request could give them space to breathe again.
After the Stockholm Declaration adopted by the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety on the 19 and 20 of February, the “WHO European Healthy Cities Network” and the “WHO Regions for Health Network” have issued a joint statement calling for action for safe mobility and transport for urban populations.