In the face of the urgency of climate change and in the context of a global health crisis, our cities must commit to change towards a sustainable future. Each year, the European Commission awards a European Green Capital title to a city that would be a frontrunner in sustainable change, where realistic and ambitious urban policies are implemented to mitigate pollution and biodiversity loss and make the city more resilient to climate change.
Green Capitals inspire others and are inspired by other cities in Europe and the world. Resilient cities that respect all living beings and guarantee safety. The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Environment and the City of Grenoble invites you to the Opening and Handover Ceremony between Lahti and Grenoble for the European Green Capital 2022 Award on Saturday 15 January 2022 in Grenoble, France.
This event will mark the official start of Grenoble’s year as European Green Capital 2022, taking over from Lahti European Green Capital 2021. The ceremony will be attended by
The year 2022 in Grenoble will take place under the umbrella of green innovation and environmental action and around three major axes: science, citizen participation and culture. This day of festivities and events will be based on these three founding pillars:
Don’t forget to register by 27 December 2021.
Due to the public health situation, this event may be subject to changes or restrictions. Stay tuned for updates.
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