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05.06.2020 17:19

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05.06.2020 17:18

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VHMarkus VHMarkusWS
05.06.2020 16:31

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Luisa Martin
03.06.2020 08:14
Climate goals
Energy Planning
Policy

The European Covenant of Mayors' office organises a webinar in collaboration with ClimateView from Sweden. How can cities achieve true climate impact? More information: https://www.pactodelosalcaldes.eu/informaciones-y-eventos/eventos/eventos-precedentes/2335-how-can-cities-achieve-true-climate-impact.html

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Nathalie Garré
02.06.2020 15:49
Policy

The framework of the Covenant of Mayors is crucial for setting the climate policy of many municipalities and regions. Now is the time to give your input on the framework and to determine its future. Share your experience and insights via a quick survey, launched by the Covenant of Mayors: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/CoM-EuropeSurvey2020. Have your say before 15th September!

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    Annabel Davies

    Thank you for sharing Nathalie! I’ve just posted this to the PentaHelix Twitter (@pentahelix_eu)

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Orlando Redondo
27.05.2020 11:11
CO2 emissions
Green Transport
Hydrogen
Renewable Energy

Next Zero Emission Bus Conference in 2020 is coming now in September. Is the premier networking and learning event for fleet operators across the transportation industry, new fuel providers, and hydrogen providers to meet together and discuss the future of transportation. Learn more in this Link https://www.zebconference2020.com

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Orlando Redondo
27.05.2020 11:00

Transports Metropolitans Barcelona Bus (TMB) is increasingly betting on sustainable vehicles. The public company intends to buy eight hydrogen-powered electric vehicles. TMB has tendered the acquisition for a value of 6.5 million euros, VAT included. This is the first time that the metropolitan company has opted to buy hydrogen buses. The intention is that the vehicles can join the TMB fleet in 2020, although the transaction could be delayed for a few months due to the health crisis and the consequent cessation of numerous projects.

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Orlando Redondo
27.05.2020 10:53

Our college from Málaga from the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain, send us information about ELVITEN. This project focuses on the city centre, where most streets are not open for traffic and will create a network of 40 electric bicycles to be offered as sharing services. If you want to know more, please, visit the web https://www.elviten-project.eu/en/

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Luisa Martin
27.05.2020 08:28

Fundación CIRCE www.fcirce.es has supported the Provincial Council of Avila in the SECAP's development for 7 municipalities of the Province of Avila. The Climate Change adaptation assessment has be done, which represent a first-time evaluation of this kind for these municipalities. The assessment follows the Covenant of Mayor methodology and has been mainly based in the Climate Change Scenarios from the Spanish Platform AdapteCCa. For this region, there is a tendency towards higher minimum and maximum temperatures, with longer heat waves and more intense precipitations events. However, the most relevant vulnerability is related to the loss and aging of the population. This assessment is a key diagnosis tool for municipalities to start planning their future while integrating the challenges that Climate Change demand.

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Luisa Martin
25.05.2020 08:06
Behavorial Change
CO2 emissions
Energy Efficiency

A great tool to improve energy knowledge! © eTEACHER project. Information about energy in the EU. The scope of eTEACHER is to close the gap by combining social sciences to improve users’ behaviour, and technical skills to develop an effective and innovative energy efficiency toolbox. https://youtu.be/MmB_mfucl3Q www.eteacher-project.eu

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Luisa Martin
23.05.2020 09:38
CO2 emissions
Energy Efficiency

EU City Facility, new EU-funded project which will provide financial support and services to cities and municipalities. A great opportunity to help our municipalities to develop some SECAP’s actions. https://energy-cities.eu/eu-city-facility-financial-support-and-services-to-cities-sustainable-energy-projects/

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Eveline Huyghe
20.05.2020 12:45
Climate budget

Do you know the European City Facility EUCF? Get to know it through https://eucityfacility.eu/home.html. You also find dates for webinars. Interesting for cities and municipalities wanting to invest in energy transition.

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    Luisa Martin

    We are preparing for our seven pilots a proposal!

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Nathalie Garré
19.05.2020 13:07
Climate goals
SECAP

Everybody working with municipalities on climate action knows that some of the hardest questions to answer are “how well are we doing”, “how close are we to reaching our goals” and “what is the impact of my action”? On the 3rd of June, from 10 till 11:30 CEST, you can learn more about on how to break down overarching climate goals into tangible and measurable targets during a webinar organised by the Covenant of Mayors: https://www.covenantofmayors.eu/news-and-events/events/upcoming-events/2335-how-can-cities-achieve-true-climate-impact.html

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    Fons Janssen

    Interesting, a recent development is see is that citizens are forming groups in cities and regions to keep track of the sustainable recovery packages in local governance (Currently in Maastricht and Florence as far as I know). Active citizen groups can help to keep the municipality or city sharp in the review climate and environmental action.

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    Nathalie Garré

    I will certainly look into this!

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Bert Serneels
18.05.2020 12:14
Climate budget
SECAP Development

How do you make an estimate of the budget your city or municipality will be spending on climate and on the actions in the SECAP? For some measures, it is quite clear, such as planting trees: you could count the entire budget as a 'climate budget'. But for other measures, such as investing in bicycle roads, you can only partly say that this is a climate measure. The same goes for staff costs: only part of what a civil servant does, can actually be attributed to climate action. CoM asks us to make an estimate of investments, operational and staff costs linked to the SECAP, how do others go about calculating this? And do you mention it in the SECAP or keep it separate? Any tips?

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    Nathalie Garré

    For the estimates, WVI uses the long term budgets from municipalities (meerjarenplanning) and any additional information that can be provided. If the action is contributing to reaching climate goals, the entire budget is taken into account. This detailed information is not put into the SECAP itself, but in the online platform when submitting the SECAP to the CoM Office. For staff, we estimate for each type of civil servant (environment, mobility, spatial planning,…) a percentage of the time that is appointed to implementing actions from the SEAP/SECAP. Adding up all this information leads to a certain amount of FTE per municipality.

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Andrea Conserva
18.05.2020 11:27
SECAPs and SUMPs Harmonization

Hello everybody! Did anyone have the opportunity to develop a SECAP in a municipality that also is developing a SUMP? Did you know that both plans can be harmonized each other’s and that a lot of synergies among them, from both technical and resources point of views, can be exploited? If you are interested in learning more about the harmonization of SECAPs and SUMPs please take a look to the SIMPLA H2020 project (www.simpla-project.eu) and to its Guidelines for Harmonization! Also, take look to the Case Study of Monzón, a municipality located in Spain which has developed harmonized SECAP and SUMP from zero. It has been selected as best practice by Covenant of Mayors and it has been included in the Eurocities' Guidelines For Developing and Implementing a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (Second Edition). Do you want to learn more about? Do not hesitate to contact me!

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    Luisa Martin

    Very usefull information!

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Orlando Redondo
15.05.2020 13:14

Hello once again, in this post https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/have-your-say/initiatives/12251-Revision-of-Alternative-Fuels-Infrastructure-Directive, you can find information about the next roadmap of the future of infrastructure alternative vehicles.

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Orlando Redondo
15.05.2020 13:11

Hello, It has already been opened and welcomes the European Commission’s initiative to revise Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of alternative fuel infrastructure (AFID) in line with the objective to make the EU climate-neutral by 2050, for which rapid uptake of zero-emission vehicles is a key cornerstone. Such revision is particularly welcomed and needed in light of the last six years of innovative developments in electric vehicles and charging, and developing hydrogen projects.

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Farhad Rad
14.05.2020 22:52
CO2 emissions
Energy Planning

We made what we promised! Viken County Council is released the new Climate Dashboard for all Norwegian Municipalities and Counties. The Climate Dashboard is available for public in here: https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiMzU0Yzg4NTYtMmFhZC00ZWYzLTgyYTYtNWNjYTJlMjczNzE0IiwidCI6IjNkNTBkZGQ0LTAwYTEtNGFiNy05Nzg4LWRlY2YxNGE4NzI4ZiIsImMiOjh9

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Guri Bugge
11.05.2020 06:51

Earlier this winter we delivered a pellets fuelled combination heater/dryer from a farm to a building site, on a biomethane truck:

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    Guri Bugge

    Here you can see a overview over a lot of different machines: https://klimaostfold.no/fossilfrie-arbeidsmaskiner-og-kjoretoy/

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Nathalie Garré
01.05.2020 15:54
Businesses
Energy Efficiency

As you could read in the "news"section, WVI finished the pilot SECAP for 8 municipalities recently. In our experience, it is rather difficult for municipalities to support businesses in small-scale energy measures. All input, sharing of experiences,... is welcome!

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Bert Serneels
30.04.2020 06:48
SECAP Development
Taskforce meetings

Hi all, I know some Pentahelix-partners have had online taskforce meetings in recent weeks. Could you elaborate a bit on how you went about having these? Was it mainly the host or one main speaker that had the floor (camera and mic) and participants were allowed to add comments through a chat function? Did you actually get into a discussion or did participant give feedback afterwards? Did you discuss one main topic or several? How long did they take and how many particpants were involved? Which platform did you use? Etc. Thanks for all advice, in the IGEMO region we will probably be having some online taskforce meetings as well the next couple of months.

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Evelien Bolle
21.04.2020 15:28

In times of lockdown and social distancing, it can be challenging to develop a climate action plan (or any other plan or project) with co-creation. Dr. Anatol Itten from TU Delft is working on the Interreg 2 Seas project SHIFFT and gave the very inspiring presentation 'Co-creation in times of social distancing' during the last webinar of the project. A lot of possible tools are presented.

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    Tomislav Novosel

    Thank you for sharing, this is very useful in times like these. We have already used some of these principles in our work on SECAPs in Croatia and the reception from the participants were very positive.

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Farhad Rad
21.04.2020 09:54
CO2 emissions
Energy Planning

The 356 Norwegian municipalities (Kommune) have the responsibility for preparation and implementation of energy and Climate plans (Planning and Building Act § 6-2, June 27, 2008). Making sustainable energy and Climate plans requires broad knowledge on the community’s environmental, economic and social aspects. Our experience shows that collecting data and creating indicators are rather challenging for many planners particularly in small municipalities. In response to this challenge, Viken County Council has recently made a Climate Dashboard for all Norwegian municipalities and Counties, which presents a set of useful information in one place. The Dashboard visualizes statistics and indicators that are collected from various sources. In addition to helping municipalities with data collection, the dashboard may inspire the planners through comparing the indicators and learning from best practices in other municipalities. The first version of the Climate Dashboard is made in Excel, which can be downloaded from here: (https://viken.no/tjenester/klima-miljo-og-natur/aktuelt-klima-miljo-og-natur/nytt-klimadashbord-for-viken.20875.aspx). The new version will be accessible for all in Power BI. In addition to Climate Dashboard, Viken County Council is working on an Energy Dashboard for Norwegian municipalities.

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    Nathalie Garré

    Very interesting! Do you have the list of indicators available in English?

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    Farhad Rad

    The three diagrams on the right-hand side of the dashboard show the indicator value for selected municipality in comparison with the average value for the same indicator in Norway.
    Here comes the translation:
    1- Klimagassutslipp per innbygger for Voss i 2017 (tonn CO2-ekvivalenter)
    GHG emissions per person for ‘name of municipality’ (ton CO2- equivalent)

    2-Klimagassutslipp per areal for Voss i 2018 (tonn CO2-ekvivalenter/km2)
    GHG emissions per area for ‘name of municipality’ (ton CO2- equivalent/km2)

    3-Antall fossilfri biler per 1000 innbyggere for Voss i 2018
    Number of fossil-free cars per 1000-persons for ‘name of municipality’

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PUY DOMINGUEZ
20.04.2020 12:58
investment
SECAP

WEBINAR 21.04.2020 10:00 - 11:30 Looking for Investment – What to Expect: Smart City Project Due Diligence If you are looking for investment into your Energy, Transport & Mobility or ICT focused Smart City project potential investors will seek assurances. https://www.eucityfacility.eu/news-events/events/details.html?tx_calendarize_calendarindex=14&cHash=a29a47519581f324ed20a63e099552ce

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PUY DOMINGUEZ
20.04.2020 10:24
Financing
SECAP

European City Facility (EUCF) an initiative designed by cities for cities: The European City Facility is a new EU-funded project which will provide financial support and services to cities and municipalities across European Union. Its objectives are to overcome critical barriers, develop credible investment packages and mobilise finance. EUCF pretends to create a support for sustainable energy investment projects in European cities, by providing targeted financial, technical, legal and capacity-building support. The specific objectives of the EUCF are: • to provide hands-on, locally-rooted technical and financial expertise to cities to deliver at least 225 credible and scalable investment concepts, which will trigger more than €320 millions of public and private investment. • to build the capacity of at least 450 public authority staff members to develop substantial project pipelines and provide them with tools, networking and knowledge transfer opportunities which will facilitate and accelerate the implementation of the investment concepts, including via innovative financing mechanisms and project aggregation. • to facilitate access, especially for small and medium-sized municipalities, to private finance, EU funding streams and similar facilities (e.g. the European Structural and Investment Funds, the H2020 Project Development Assistance, and EIB-ELENA) and advisory services such as the European Investment Bank’s Advisory Hub to implement and amplify the expected investments. The European City Facility has been officially launched on February 19th, 2020. The first round of applications will open on 25 May with a deadline on 2 October! This round will be followed by 3 more calls for applications in the years 2021 and 2022. More information can be found in: The https://www.eucityfacility.eu/home.html

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    Guri Bugge

    Thank you – this looks like an interesting call. Will have to check whether Norwegian cities are eligible for funding from EUCF.

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    Tomislav Novosel

    Hi Guri, unfortunately no, the EU28 is eligible.

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    Guri Bugge

    Thank you, Tomislav. That is a pity, but hopefully many other municipalities will apply!

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Tomislav Novosel
17.04.2020 12:28
Politics
SECAP

The European Commission calls on EU citizens to express their views on the planned increase of EU emissions reduction targets by 2030 and to propose new measures and policies needed to reduce CO2 emissions by June 23, 2020. The European Commission's plan is to gather information, views, opinions and suggestions from a wide range of stakeholders. Therefore, citizens, civil societies, businesses, NGOs, academia, national, regional and local authorities are invited to participate in the consultation and provide inputs. All EU language versions will became available soon in the weeks after the launch of the consultation. The online consultation is open from March 31 to June 23, 2020 at midnight (Brussels time) and you can access it here: https://bit.ly/2VydaHt

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    Guri Bugge

    I hope they get a lot of input, especially from actors who see the need for rapid reduction in emissions. Can we share this on the PentaHelix facebook page too?

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    PUY DOMINGUEZ

    Very good opportunity to give European citizens the opportunity to contribute to sustainable targets for next period.

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    Nathalie Garré

    I would certainly share this on our Facebook. The more publicity, the more result!

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Guri Bugge
04.03.2020 16:16

Considering the Climate Communication Guidelines that are available in the Library here: which words and phrases are we using that could make it difficult for other sectors to take part in the climate discussion? SECAP (Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan) is one that springs to mind. Do you have any other examples?

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    Inga Kreicmane

    Sometimes abbreviations are problematic to understand, but the other words seem quite easy. Latvia experience is that the most impacting factor withholding people from entering into climate discussion is the fast pace of everyday life, where most people struggle to fit in with already basic duties they have. Maybe other countries have different expereiences.

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Ana Lovrak
26.02.2020 12:17

Last week I was at the demonstration of the HOTMAPS tool. It is free open source mapping and planning tool for heating and cooling, which is so useful for SECAP development since it supports authorities and energy planners to set up a strategic heating and cooling plan for their municipality (or region). The toolbox allows the user to: identify the location of current heating and cooling demand as well as supply on a map for EU28, identify renewable energy potential to supply heating and cooling for a selected area, identify waste heat potential from industrial facilities within a selected area, estimate the potential for efficient district heating options within a selected area, estimate and compare the costs of individual heating vs. district heating options within a selected area, develop scenarios for decarbonisation pathways of heating and cooling. The first version of the tool is available at www.hotmaps.eu.

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    Inga Kreicmane

    Hotmaps looks good. Check out also https://www.thermos-project.eu/home/
    It provides tool for planning district heating systems.

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Bert Serneels
14.02.2020 07:40
Politics
SECAP Development

I was having a discussion at a Pentahelix task force yesterday, concerning the time at which political involvement in the SECAP process is necessary. The municipalities' civil servants were afraid that asking politicians to define targets and measures too early in the process would refrain other task force members from putting forward ideas. I on the other hand warned that we should not end up in a situation where we have a detailed plan and politicians in the end decide that it is not feasible. There are of course politicians present in the task force, but they don't really commit to anything at this stage. When in the process should we ask politicians to set concrete targets for the different sectors and define which measures will be prioritised?

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Guri Bugge
24.01.2020 15:38

We have a municipality that are trying to report to Global covenant of Mayors through CDP. They are struggling with calculating emissions from waste. Do you know any standard CO2 emissions for waste fractions that they can use to calculate the emissions from tons? Their fractions are seen in the table attached.

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Bert Serneels
17.12.2019 09:29
SECAP

The Covenant of Mayors offers a good framework to draft SECAPs that focus on the reduction of energetic emissions on the territory of one municipality or region. I do however feel that we need to take a holistic view on climate change and also consider emissions that do not occur through energy use, or at least not by energy being used locally. For example, a lot of emissions are caused by animal agriculture (methane) and the food we eat, by purchasing goods that were produced in other countries/continents, by travelling by car, air or ship outside our region/continent, etc. Do organisations in other countries also include goals, measures and actions on these domains in their SECAPs? Or do you feel that this would only distract from the core issues (energy) or make things too complicated, both for municipalities as for citizens/companies?

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Guri Bugge
12.12.2019 08:46

How do you integrate the climate actions with other parts of the municipalities actions? Do you have examples of plans or strategy documents where the climate targets or SECAP has been mentioned?

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    Bert Serneels

    In Belgium, we encourage our municipalities to consider the changing climate in every aspect of their policy process and action plans. We are now organising meetings with all different departments within the municipal organisation, to raise awareness that climate change will be something they need to consider more and more in their planning and budget. For the moment, the SECAP is rarely mentioned in other plans (as far as I know at least), but we hope to change this the coming years through this active approach of engaging with every municipal department.

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Annabel Davies
08.11.2019 14:17

PentaHelix partner EBN is hosting an interesting free webinar on zero waste packaging!♻ When? Thursday 14th November 2:00pm CET More information can be found here: https://ebn.eu/index.php?lnk=M1lHN01YZWdtT1h5ZXNsRStLQVM0OHJkUXR3SkdhZEhFYjRMamthZjZLdz0=

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Evelien Bolle
12.09.2019 09:14

Interesting article about the future of agriculture in Europe: https://emis.vito.be/nl/artikel/climate-change-threatens-future-farming-europe?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=updates&utm_campaign=emis_20190905

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Bert Serneels
17.07.2019 06:56
Behavorial Change

I came across this old NY Times article on nudging. It gives a great example of an innovative but quite simple measure the British Government took to get people to insulate their roofs: they offered a subsidized (but still paying) cleaning and moving service for people's attics. Their presumption was that people pile up all their mess there (as I do too, I must admit), which creates an substantial obstacle to having roof insulation installed. It seemed to work back then, because 5 times more people applied for subsidies. Does anyone have experience with these kind of measures and do you feel they could work in your community?

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    Inga Kreicmane

    Have not heard of such measures in Latvia.. but interesting!

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Guri Bugge
14.06.2019 07:15

Last week, the county council of Østfold decided to send the regional SECAP to the public for feedback. It is also translated to English, and we welcome any and all feedback and comments. It is also made for sharing, so if you find any text, figures or illustrations you would like to use, we welcome all to “steal” from our plan. https://klimaostfold.no/climateplan/

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    Inga Kreicmane

    A lot of great ideas! Good to have it for inspritation, thanks!

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Guri Bugge
20.03.2019 13:17

How do you treat carbon capture? We received new national statistics today, showing that our forests and grazing areas capture more than 70 % of our CO2 emissions. Do you include carbon capture and storage in your SECAPs and targets, or do you only focus on the emission side?

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    Inga Kreicmane

    So far we have focussed just to emission side.. but we should maybe consider capture aspects as well

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Ana Lovrak
19.01.2019 15:19

In 2019, CoM office will organise very interesting webinars to help cities increase their resilience. The purpose of the webinars is to provide practical information to local authorities tailored to both cities which are in the early adaptation planning stages and to cities which are advanced and already implementing adaptation actions. More information in video.

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Ana Lovrak
11.12.2018 18:02

European Commission's Joint Research Centre has just been released a new guidebook on "How to develop a Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan (SECAP)" . The guidebook offers a wide range of information on climate change adaptation, supported by numerous examples of good practices: https://www.eumayors.eu/news-and-events/news/1625-new-guidebook-for-covenant-signatories-how-to-develop-your-2030-action-plans.html

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    Inga Kreicmane

    I also saw this – could be very helpful to PentaHelix plans!

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Guri Bugge
01.11.2018 21:00

The Swedish region Västra Götaland has made an online class on climate friendly food for people who work with planning menus, purchasing food, cooking and serving food in hospitals, schools, etc. They have also done calculations on how the menus should be put together to reduce climate emissions, and reducing food waste: https://vgregion.pingpong.se/public/courseId/5541/lang-sv/publicPage.do

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Guri Bugge
01.11.2018 20:48
Green Transport

Østfold county council has a project where we test different types of fossil free machines. We have tried making an overview over machines fuelled by electricity, biogas, or hydrogen (and some hybrids). Do you know of any machines that we should include in our wiki overview? https://sites.google.com/site/arbeidsmaskiner/project-definition

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    Guri Bugge

    This page has a list of the machines we (or municipalities in the Oslofjord region) currently are testing: https://www.ostfoldfk.no/natur-og-miljo/prosjekter-og-nettverk/test-av-fossilfrie-maskiner-og-kjoretoy/

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Marina Dzunic Matak
12.09.2018 09:07

We are currently looking for best practices about climate change adaptation measures. Any ideas? Thank you in advance!

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    Ana Lovrak

    Here are some examples of good practice for climate change adoptation: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/bitstream/JRC112986/jrc112986_kj-nc-29412-en-n.pdf

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Martin Norderhaug
30.08.2018 08:57

We love art! Particularly when it depicts all the benefits with biogas! :) Read more at www.biogassoslofjord.no.

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Martin Norderhaug
20.08.2018 11:51
Green Transport

What kind of transportation do you use daily? Train/Car/Bike/EVs? What would you like to use? What kind of transportation suits your municipality and daily routine the best? Why and what could be done to make more people use "Green Transport"?

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    Inga Kreicmane

    I use car in winter, bike in summer. In 60 000 people municipality as Jelgava city the traffic is at resonable level, therefore it’s still possible and is convenient to use a car. In Riga for instance, especially centre, many people do not buy a car but use public transport.

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    Signe Martinkrista

    I use car daily, although would like to use bicycle. I think, those who use cars daily, do it because it is more convenient, more faster and also cheaper specially if you have kids. Bicycle remains as holiday entertainment.

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    Programmer SEM

    Es ikdienā izmantoju divriteni, lai dotos uz darbu.

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