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Covenant of Mayors
  Covenant Quarterly Newsletter March 2016  
       
 
"We want to work with and learn from other Covenant of Mayors signatories"
Interview with Tony Lloyd, Mayor of Greater Manchester, a British combined authority committed to the 2030 objectives of the Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy. Read more
 
       
  Did you know?
  In a post-COP21 context, the European Commission addresses the challenges to be faced on the "road from Paris" in a Communication published on 2 March. Read more From 3 to 9 March 2016, several Portuguese cities hosted the first twinning visits organised in the framework of the Mayors Adapt initiative*. Read more  
   
  Guidance & Support
  The Covenant of Mayors Office is launching its Capacity-Sharing Corner to encourage learning though sharing. Read more The ’Quick Reference Guide on Financing Opportunities for Local Climate and Energy Actions’ provides an updated overview of the different financing programs which can support the implementation of cities’ Sustainable Energy and Climate Action (...) Read more Two recent publications provide examples and case studies that focus on the implementation of climate adaptation policies. Read more  
   
  Upcoming events
  6 April 2016 - Sofia, Bulgaria  
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  26 April 2016 - London, UK  
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  17 March 2016 - Prague, Czech Republic  
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