Lack of unilateral decisions creating barriers to travel
22 July 2021
Decisions taken in the EU are one of the main causes Global travel demand is...
The first stage in the search for Europe's best solution
to reduce greenhouse gas emissions has come to a close. The World You Like
Challenge invited the most creative minds from across the EU to put their
low-carbon innovations to the test. The most practical, cost-efficient and
effective climate solutions, which can also be applied in other European
countries, will be rewarded. Now it is time to vote for the winner.
From 19 June onwards, the public will be able to
decide which ten European projects should go on to the next stage through an
online vote. These projects will then be put to a jury led by Commissioner
Hedegaard, which will select three finalists to be honoured at the Sustainia
Award Ceremony in Copenhagen this autumn.
Vote for your favourite project in the
EU-wide low-carbon contest, through the following links:
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