Reykjavík was the first municipality in Iceland to make a policy on reduction on green house gas emissions in 2009. In 2016 the City Council decided to go further and make even more ambitious goals: Reykjavík City will be carbon neutral by 2040.
The objective of this multi-fund ERDF/ESF Operational Programme (OP) is to increase the competitiveness of the region’s economy based on the regional strengths and assets.
The programme aims to foster the economic growth in Malta and contribute to achieving the Europe 2020 targets for smart sustainable and inclusive growth.The programme will focus on 8 main priorities:1.strengthening research, technological development and innovation
An Post is a member of the International Post Corporation (IPC). IPC is the postal sector representative body, through which worka with other posts globally to manage postal service operations, policy and strategy.
The Programme aims to boost competitiveness and growth and help Cyprus exit the crisis. It contributes to achieving the Europe 2020 targets for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. It should create jobs and help SMEs to become more competitive and innovation-driven.
The Swedish municipality of Uppsala and six other municipalities in Sweden, have agreed to limit climate impact from plastic, used in the daily activities of the municipalities.
The municipality of Almere aspires to become a waste-free and energy-neutral city by 2022. The administration wants to bring the business community and knowledge institutes’ innovative power together to enable co-creation in the field of waste management and upcycling in the urban context.
The strategy and the priorities of the ERDF OP Saarland 2014-2020 aim at the creation of a business environment that promotes innovation and sustainable economic growth while ensuring attractive jobs and contributing to an environmentally friendly development in the region.
From a Swedish perspective, Gotland is a living/lively/vital rural region with belief in the future and a strong external brand, nationally as well as internationally, often connected with high quality and untouched nature.
In 2015 Amsterdam commissioned an in-depth study on the potential of a circular economy. The project was the first large-scale research study in the world that uses the ‘city circle scan’ methodology.