Launched in May 2013, GreenHopping highlights European green destinations, businesses and local initiatives that make a difference and contribute to a better environmental future.
The City of Rotterdam has completed a unique project which aims to control flooding and heavy rainfall.
Residents and commuters in the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighbourhood of Montreal will be able to drink straight out of two reinvented fire hydrant fountains.
Researchers from Germany, Italy, the UK and Switzerland are developing fully automated electric vehicles that will be able to navigate their way to charging stations or parking spaces.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation on a variety of potential EU measures that would encourage the re-use of treated wastewater.
An Italian team was awarded first place at the Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 which took place from 14th – 19th July 2014 in Versailles, France.
The city of Madrid has introduced smart parking meters that charge more for cars that have higher emissions.
The 10th Annual Sustainable Transport Award is now open for nominations.
On 22nd July, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Johannes Hahn officially launched a public consultation
New vending machines around the city of Sydney, Australia, will reward citizens for depositing empty plastic bottles and cans.
The European Commission has awarded €1billion funding to 19 projects to combat climate change under the second call of the so-called NER 300 funding programme.
The Energy Duck is a renewable energy generator and storehouse designed by a London-based team.
ACR+ would like to support local and regional authorities and in adopting ambitious circular economy strategies.
The 4.3 million euro project is part of Deutsche Bahn’s ‘Grüner Bahnhof’ (Green Station) programme and incorporates high-tech eco-friendly design and sustainable technologies.
City authorities in Paris have extended the popular Velib rental bike program to children. On 18th June 2014, the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, officially launched the scheme known as P’tit Velib.
The European Commission has adopted a Communication highlighting the opportunities of the existing transition towards a green, low carbon, energy and resource-efficient economy.