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Financing urban adaptation to climate change - European Environment Agency (2017)
This publication offers insights into lessons learned on the ground regarding the most successful approaches, the difficulties encountered and overcome and the key success factors in financing local adaptation action.

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High-End Climate Change in Europe: Impacts, Vulnerability and Adaptation
This publication has assessed climate change impacts, vulnerability and possible adaptation interventions - including in urban areas - in a more than +2 degrees world, in order to help decision-makers use this knowledge within their response strategies
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The Covenant of Mayors in Figures: 8-year assessment (2017)
The report provides main statistics of the data set in terms of GHG emission and estimated reductions, final energy consumptions and estimated energy savings and energy production in the local authorities.
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Covenant of Mayors: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Achievements and Projections (2016)
Urban energy consumption generates about three-quarters of global carbon emissions. Cities and towns are drivers of social development, economic growth and innovation and can play a crucial role in terms of energy and climate change policy, offering potential, comprehensive opportunities for contributing to shifting energy policies to more sustainable pathways and creating local opportunities for investment and growth. Document published the Joint Research Center (JRC) of the European Commission.
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Covenant of Mayors Survey - Key Findings (2015)
Following the 2030 EU climate and energy policy framework adopted in October 2014 and the new EU target of reducing CO2 emissions by 40% by 2030, the Covenant of Mayors Office, in collaboration with the Committee of the Regions, launched a survey to gather feedback from stakeholders on the future of the Covenant of Mayors.
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The Covenant of Mayors in Figures and Performance Indicators: 6-year Assessment (2015)
The report provides main statistics of the data set in terms of GHG emission and estimated reductions, final energy consumptions and estimated energy savings and clean energy production in the local authorities.
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The Covenant of Mayors: In-depth Analysis of Sustainable Energy Actions Plans (2015)
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre has carried out an in-depth analysis of selected sustainable energy action plans (SEAPs). Based on a sample of 25 cities from different EU Member States, the study seeks to identify and extract the common and most important characteristics of how local authorities across Europe are developing and implementing this policy.
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CES-MED - A leap forward to sustainable energy cities - Milestones
As outlined in this publication, CES-MED actions have been conducted following a participatory, institutional and technical capacity-building approach, and its deliverables have been tailored to provide maximum benefit to those local authorities (cities, municipalities, regions and communes) and partner national authorities with practical and effective tools to improve sustainability policies and to support the preparations and later the funding of SEAPs.
English (en),
français (fr), العربية (ar)
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Recipee Book: How to cook up a Covenant Club?
Building a national Covenant Club in your country is the opportunity to facilitate best practice exchange. Develop common priorities for action in terms of decentralised energy and territorial cohesion by bringing together Covenant Signatories and national stakeholders!
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Our common fight against climate change: what can Europe offer to the neighbouring countries and cities for developing sustainable urban energy strategies ?
Interregional recommendations for ENP East and South countries on how to implement sustainable urban energy strategies with the help of European partners and support of the European Union.

Mayors Adapt

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Infographics: Main outcomes of the Mayors Adapt twinning programme in key figures
This twinning programme has connected learning cities that are starting their adaptation work to mentor municipalities that have already developed successful strategies to make their territories more resilient.
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Mayors Adapt Knowledge Base Strategy: ‘Urban adaptation knowledge gaps in Europe’
Executive Summary
This work identifies cities’ needs on knowledge generation and the barriers to knowledge transfer and access that cities experience when working on adaptation and climate risks; these needs and barriers are preventing them from building adaptive capacity and implementing adaptation at city level.
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Mayors Adapt Twinning Reports (2015-2016)
Mayors Adapt city-twinning programme has offered cities across Europe the opportunity to take part in peer-to-peer exchanges that aim to increase municipalities’ capacity and knowledge to adapt to climate change.
Barcelona, Spain / Chania, Greece
- Bologna, Italy / Lleida, Spain, and Terra di Leuca, Italy
- Cascais, Portugal / Ilion, Greece
- Copenhagen, Denmark / Antwerp, Belgium
- Edimburgh and Glasgow, UK / Stockholm, Sweden
- Lisbon, Portugal / Florence, Italy
- Munich, Germany / Prague, Czech Republic
- Rouen, France / Stirling, UK
- Valencia, Spain / Cesena, Italy
- Bratislava, Slovakia / Arnhem, the Netherlands and Bremen, Germany
- Isola Vicentina, Italy / Andrano, Italy and Agueda, Portugal
- Seville, Spain / Braga, Portugal and Thessaloniki, Greece
- Murcia, Spain / Piraeus, Greece

SEAP development

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Comparative analysis - SEAP & German Climate Action Plans (de; 2016)
VERGLEICH Klimaschutzkonzept im Rahmen der Nationalen Klimaschutzinitiative & Aktionsplan für nachhaltige Energie im Rahmen des Konvents der Bürgermeister
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Tips for ENPI cities on how to develop a SEAP
Based on the experience of Polotsk, the first city in Belarus, and Salé, the first city in Morocco and in the South Mediterranean region to join the Covenant of Mayors, as well as Murcia (Spain) and Friedrichshafen (Germany), European signatories of the Covenant of Mayors.
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COMBAT Project: SEAP development guidelines
In the framwork of the EU-supported COMBAT project, four Baltic capitals, Helsinki, Riga, Stockholm and Tallinn, produced a set of guidelines related to the development and implementation of Sustainable Energy Action Plans.
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