On September 13, the conference "Communicating the Obvious: How climate-friendly behaviour becomes a part of our everyday life" will take place in Copenhagen. The aim of the event is to show how people can be encouraged to use sustainable solutions that are readily available.
Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard will be in Sweden on 1st July to participate in Almedalen Week. Every year the small town of Visby on the island of Gotland becomes Sweden's biggest political meeting place, with speeches, seminars and other activities.
The event ‘Visions for a world you like: How to make our consumption more sustainable?’ on 7 June in Palzzo Reale in Milan aims at demonstrating how consumers and businesses that make sustainable choices can contribute to saving the environment and climate, while boosting green growth and jobs in Europe.
The event ‘Visions for a world you like: Driving to a climate-friendly future’ will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, to demonstrate how better public transport, e-mobility and other innovative, low-carbon solutions in the transport sector can contribute to reducing Portugal's emissions while improving mobility and boosting economic growth
On 28 May, the event ‘Visions for a world you like: Building a low-carbon society’ will be held in Sofia to discuss the benefits of increased energy efficiency in houses and buildings, reducing Bulgaria's greenhouse gas emissions while boosting jobs and economic growth.
On 22 May, the event ‘Visions for a world you like: Reduce Waste. Reduce Costs. Reduce Emissions.’ will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania, to highlight how re-use of materials and managing waste rationally can boost economic growth and skilled employment while tackling climate change at the same time.
The event ‘Putting the Polish economy on a low-emissions track’ will showcase how improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions can boost skilled employment, economic growth, and access to attractive markets in Europe and abroad.
From 13-19 May 2013, KEA Copenhagen School of Design and Technology will be hosting 300+ Danish and international students and young professionals who will be participating in ECOWEEK – New Nordic Living.
How to accelerate action against climate change will be the topic of a public debate with European Commissioner for Climate Action Connie Hedegaard and the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Food and Environment Miguel Arias Cañete.
The road trip event "Engage in Energy Efficient Production", organised by the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) on 7 April 2013, will take participants across Denmark to leading manufacturing companies.
On the occasion of the launch of the World You Like Challenge Connie Hedegaard, European Commissioner for Climate Action, will be interviewed live on Twitter by Damian Carrington, Head of Environment at The Guardian, 14 Febr. 2013, 11:00 - 11:30 am (CET).