Sep 28, 2021

“Citizen science – tools to achieve a real impact on policy-making” webinar, 12 October

This workshop will present key outcomes and lessons learned from projects that have successfully responded to various H2020 calls on improving air quality and urban mobility in European cities and reducing their carbon footprint, by enhancing citizen engagement. The findings will highlight the most successful strategies for engaging citizens in the transition to green smart cities, ranging from informing and consulting, to involving, collaborating and empowering, to enable the EU Green Deal transition. Register for the workshop here.

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