Corona does not slow down sustainable development: online citizen meetings may pave the way!
Bringing big group of citizens together is not easy these days. The municipality of Middelfart in Denmark however did find a way to involve the citizens on how to change their source of heating from CO2 heavy gas to sustainable alternatives. This engaging of the citizens in the green transition is a way to empower them in an online way. The first citizen online meeting invites the citizens of Strib and will take place on Monday 25th of May at 20h00. Results of the meeting will be shared afterwards on our website.”
We talked with PhD student Hakim Azaioud of Ghent University, who gave a successful webinar 2 weeks ago to students in Sustainable Energy System Management at the HOWEST University of Applied Sciences…Read more
Bringing big group of citizens together is not easy these days. The municipality of Middelfart in Denmark however did find a way to involve the citizens on how to change their source of heating from C…Read more
While the world physically is closed due to Corona, lessons on citizen participation in clean energy transition is travelling fast between the Baltic Sea region and the North Sea region in the Europea…Read more
On Tuesday 14 January, the official opening took place of the Haarlem (NL) pilot, the PV installation on the sports hall of omnisport association 'Onze Gezellen'.
Last September, …Read more
From 26 to 28 August 2019, the nationalt Klimafolkemøde (National People's Climate Meeting) took place at Middelfart (DK).
Transnational Knowledge Sharing on engaging citizens in the green tran…Read more
On 7 and 8 October, the next partner meeting took place in Kortrijk, Belgium. It was be hosted by project partners Provincie West-Vlaanderen and Leiedal.
During the partner meeting, several works…Read more