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Sustainable and Green Cities: Rostock Webinars Primary tabs

Published: 31 May 2021
Though visiting model cities would be the best option to learn about successful projects, the pandemic situation has challenged us in many ways when it comes to traveling and gathering. As a result, we proposed four online meetings to take place once a month from February to May with a focus on biking, public transport, car-free city centers and urban electromobility.

Kiel on its way to become a Zero.Waste.City

Published: 31 May 2021
In cooperation with the Wuppertal Institute and supported by the Zero Waste Kiel Association, the city of Kiel developed a 270 pages long term zero waste-strategy in a large participatory process. Beneath two main targets for the whole city, the strategy includes 107 measures and 18 sector-specific goals for waste prevention in the sectors educational institutions, households, industry, retail and events as well as public administration and waste management. The two main targets are:

Green and sustainable Kemi - now for Companies

Published: 31 May 2021
In the previous project the focus was on city organization. All the branches were challenged to act in a more climate friendly way. Sorting and circulating of waste were improved, energy and water consumption was reduced, Social kitchen was established to reduce food waste and increase usage of vegetables. And so on. As a result, Kemi is now the second municipality in Finland having ISO 14001:2015 environmental certificate.

Join the Q&A Live to ask about CDP cooperation and disclosure 2021!

Published: 31 May 2021
Join the Q&A Live on 10 June 2021 at 10-11 CET!  Do you have a question to pose to CDP regarding the environmental data disclosure, its benefits and global benchmarking? Is your city just starting out and you have something you would like to clear up before you can continue with the reporting or do you represent an A-lister city with a lot of experience in practice but would like to know something regarding the global scale? 

HUPMOBILE project encourages UBC cities to give feedback!

Published: 31 May 2021
Tools Currently, there are two tools available  - the interactive map of transport solutions in the Baltic Sea Region and Sustainability of Transport System- self-assessment tool. UBC cities are encouraged to test these tools to see how well they can address the local needs. Test the tools.  Reports 

Likable solutions for sponge cities

Published: 28 May 2021
City as a sponge

Feasibility Study on last mile solutions' - read the latest HUPMOBILE report

Published: 24 May 2021
As part of the HUPMOBILE-Holistic Urban and Peri-urban Mobility project, the Borough of Altona, representing Hamburg, developed a concept for “last mile” logistics. The term “last mile” refers to distribution within an urban space, especially parcel delivery with cargo bikes.