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29 January 2015

Conference

Earth Hour City Challenge in Spain

Entrega de premios City Challenge

Madrid, Spain
La casa Encendida de Madrid
Descubre las ciudades que se han asumido el reto de WWF...y quien ha sido la ganadora.

¿Qué iniciativas sostenibles están desarrollando para mejorar la vida de sus vecinos y ayudar a proteger el planeta?

WWF otorga el premio a la ciudad ganadora del concurso de WWF el Desafío de las Ciudades que, en su primera edición en España, tiene como finalistas a Murcia, Córdoba y A Coruña.

Esta competición internacional premia las mejores iniciativas sostenibles urbanas de sectores como la energía, el transporte, la gestión de residuos o el fomento de los edificios eficientes. Se trata de incentivar la puesta en marcha de medidas para acelerar la transición de las ciudades hacia el uso de la energía cien por cien renovable.

A escala mundial, se han presentado más de 163 ciudades tan emblemáticas como Copenhague, Estocolmo, Chicago o México DF lo que permite ampliar el espectro de intercambio de experiencias entre ayuntamientos de todo el Planeta.

Por primera vez, en el jurado de expertos internacionales ha participado un científico español del Panel Intergubernamental de Cambio Climático (IPCC).

31 January 2015

Sustainable Energy Europe Awards officially open

The dates are set for the leading event on the promotion of a secure, clean and efficient energy for Europe. The EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) will take place from 15 to 19 June 2015 in Brussels and across Europe. The European Commission invites you to be part of it, organising an Energy Day, applying to the Sustainable Energy Europe Awards or attending one of the hundreds of events to take.

The Sustainable Energy Europe Awards, the EU reference prize for sustainable energy projects in Europe, are officially open. A special category is dedicated to efforts at the local level: Cities, Communities and Regions (other categories are Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency). If you are proud of your city’s results in reducing its carbon footprint or if your municipality deserves further recognition for its achievements in sustainable energy, you are invited to take part. First evaluation deadline is January 31. Final deadline to apply is 28 February 2015.

Nominees and winners will be invited to the Awards ceremony that will take place in Brussels during the EU Sustainable Energy Week, giving them great visibility at the European level. Articles and videos will present the winning projects as innovation leaders and role models for sustainable energy. We strongly encourage you to submit an early description to take full advantage of the Secretariat’s personalised feedback. Check the Awards Eligibility and Assessment Criteria. Click here to apply for the Awards 2015

Every year over 1000 organisations including cities join EUSEW with their own Energy Day. Click here to find out how you can become an Energy Day organiser.

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