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BLOG: Mayor’s impact on education system

BLOG: Mayor’s impact on education system

MAYORS OF EUROPE BLOG There is nothing that defines a city more than the quality of their school system, which is the foundation for successful communities. Education is more than just “schooling” and should always be every city’s top priority. The economic vitality...

Gothenburg: a city which keeps going from smart to smarter

Gothenburg: a city which keeps going from smart to smarter

Swedish city Gothenburg has been receiving so many titles in the past years for their hard work, and we will mention just some of those: it got awarded by European Commission as The European Capital of Smart Tourism 2020, the most sustainable destination according to...

“Green deal going local” announced its roadmap

“Green deal going local” announced its roadmap

Renovations, sustainable mobility, urban greening are some of the areas in which the Committee of the Regions’ (CoR) wants to work more closely with the European Commission. The Green Deal Going Local working group debated the priorities for 2021 on 15 February and...

Stockholm: helping its citizens to make an impact from early age

Stockholm: helping its citizens to make an impact from early age

If you were given a task to think about countries which you believe are the most reputable ones in the world, we are positive that Sweden would be in the very top of your list. According to the annual study of countries’ reputations, based on a survey of citizens of...

World leaders cheer U.S. return to climate fight

World leaders cheer U.S. return to climate fight

United States under President Joe Biden is rejoining the global effort to curb climate change, a cause that his predecessor had shunned over the past four years. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron were among those welcoming...

Nine out of ten employers facilitating remote working, survey finds

Nine out of ten employers facilitating remote working, survey finds

Nine out of ten northern German employers (92 per cent) are facilitating remote working provided the work is suitable, a quick poll by the Nordmetall and AGV Nord employers' associations has found. More than 260 companies with over 100,000 employees were interviewed...