Changing our behaviour for the good of the planet: from individual actions to collective norms: cities at the forefront of the climate transition
Cities are on the frontline of the climate and biodiversity crises. As home to over seventy percent of the European population and as the closest level of government to citizens, cities hold the power to create collaborative transformative change. But how can we harness this power? How can cities engage with individuals and business to create new collective norms?
Turning our attention to behaviour change for sustainable living – #climateofchange – we’ve a packed agenda including working group meetings, political debates, deep-dive workshops, a world-café, organisation updates, study visits and more!
Want a hint of what’s to come?! We’re designing a selection of 4 study visits to explore Grenoble’s actions on biodiversity, food policy, and behaviour change! Find out more in our draft agenda available on the members area here.
So save the date, tell your colleagues, and get ready to pack your bags for the first physical meeting in over a year!
City showcase … what do you want to share?
Do you have a policy, project or measure that you’d like to share with other cities? Now’s your chance! On Friday 8 April, we will hold our famous city showcase giving you the opportunity to network with cities from across Europe, share ideas, and connect. Interested? Complete this form with your ideas; please note that city showcases will be limited to six cities, and those most relevant to the theme of the forum will be given preference.