Location: Brussels
Country: Belgium
Contact Information:
Website Address:

“The European Climate Pact is a movement of people united around a common cause, each taking steps in their own worlds to build a more sustainable Europe. Launched by the European Commission, the Pact is part of the European Green Deal and is helping the EU to meet its goal to become climate-neutral by 2050.”[1] The message given is: Get together with a group of family, friends, students, or colleagues and discuss how best we can fight climate change by changing the way we travel, eat and use energy. [1] Link

Thematic Area – Climate change mitigation
Thematic Sub-category:

  • Sustainable Mobility;
  • Renewable & Alternative Energy Sources;
  • Better consumption & production.

Type of Actor/Agent -Public
Typology of Green Urban Site – Urban areas

Green City Elements: Human-Powered Mobility

  • Public Transport
  • Electric and Alternative Mobility
  • Shared Mobility and MaaS
  • Multimodal Mobility
  • Green Urbanism
  • Integrated Photovoltaics in Urban Environment
  • Energy Efficiency in Urban Planning
  • Energy Communities
  • Solar Energy – Photovoltaics
  • Positive Energy Neighbourhoods
  • Alternative Energy Sources
  • Buildings and Climate Change
  • Conscious Consumption
  • Citizen Engagement
  • Urban Energy Consumption
  • Energy Savings
  • Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Engagement and Consultation:
Target Groups – Citizens.
Public Engagement – Was applied.
Consultation Tools UsedLink

Innovation and Impact
Encouraging everyone to host or join a Peer
Parliament. • Desing climate policies for people
and with people
Expected Impact Medium
Level of Scale of Innovation: 3

Budget and Analysis:

Budget Spent, Source of Money: Private funds

Benefits: Temperature & Climate control, Improved Air Quality, Improved environmental resilience, Increased cultural significance, Social cost savings (such as the impact of reduced air pollution), Creation of green jobs and business opportunities, Improved visual quality of the environment, Recreational opportunities, Providing educational opportunities

Challenges: Taking awareness about the climate change problem.

Resources and Transferability:
Teaching Materials/Resources: Link
Personal Skills Required: n/a
Non-discriminatory Principles: Yes
Transferability Potential: Low