CrAFt Cities: 60 European cities to become climate neutral by 2030
The CrAFt project will place the transition to climate neutrality at the heart of urban stakeholders. We support the Mission Board on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities and the NetZeroCities platform in designing and deploying Climate City Contracts, based on knowledge from CrAFt’s 3 Sandbox Cities (Bologna, Prague, and Amsterdam) and 60 Reference Cities.
The CrAFt project is a collaboration with Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU, University of Bologna, European League of Institutes of the Arts, Czech Technical University in Prague, Amsterdam University of applied sciences, International Union of Property Owners and Locality Europe.
Together we will test and share collaborative local governance models to harness the value of inclusiveness, aesthetics and sustainability towards climate neutral cities.
One of the first steps in the project was a open call to European cities to become a CrAFt city: Cities that want to test and share models of transformation with the project partners, receive implementation support and become role models for cities across Europe. Read the call here.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101056946.