The Nordic Solutions for C40 partner group is continuous identifying potential leads in cities around the world. The partner group evaluate these leads to ensure a relevance to the expertise of the Nordic region.
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The City of Shenzhen is looking to develop vehicle connectivity and intelligentization to support improvement of mobility and the use of of the growing new-energy automobiles. Are you a Nordic company with technologies and knowledge in intelligent transport systems and mobility? Contact the Nordic Solutions for C40 team to get involved!
The City of Athens is looking for climate solutions which will reduce the urban temperature and mitigate urban heat island effect within the city. To achieve this, Athens would like to utilize existing municipal buildings e.g. schools and abandoned building lots, to transform them into green spaces to improve the city’s microclimate.
We are inviting companies and other relevant stake holders to a series of seminars and workshops to be organised in different locations in the coming year to develop solutions to make it possible to offer affordable and sustainable heat from mines to residents on the surface. The first of these seminars will be held in Stoke-on-Trent on 14th May. It is organized in co-operation with the Coal Authority and the Heat Academy at Stoke-on-Trent College.
In May 2019, the city of Tel Aviv-Yafo will host the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. Tel Aviv-Yafo wishes to host the most sustainable and climate friendly Eurovision to date by using the event as a platform and example for future events. The two focus points for solutions are zero waste and sustainable food, thereby reducing the cities carbon footprint of large public events and mitigate the city's overall environmental impact.