Empowering Neighbourhoods for Climate Action

Climate Alliance has released its new Practice Cube tool during the Empowering Neighbourhoods for Climate Action conference today in the Dutch city of Arnhem. “The Practice Cube is meant to inspire climate action on a neighbourhood level,” explains Cassandra Silk, Project Officer at the Climate Alliance city network. Climate Alliance developed the tool together with a consortium of municipal actors from Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK within the framework of the Interreg Northwest Europe funded Climate Neighbourhoods project. The group collaborated for more than three years on methods and solutions for realising a low carbon future, increased energy efficiency and a socially just energy transition on the neighbourhood level. The Practice Cube offers best practice examples for municipalities interested in strengthening local climate action from a bottom-up perspective.

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