Best practices for an ecological transformation as a social lever

Welcome to our interactive map with projects contributing to a more socially and ecologically sustainable Europe. The map aims to serve as a platform of exchange of best practices from local, regional and national level. The projects can be both public, private and introduced on the national, regional, municipal or local level. We welcome everyone to contribute with suggestions for new projects to include and invite you to be inspired from the current ones. 

The Welsh Government’s Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act
Wales
United Kingdom
With the development of Clichy-Batignolles, the city of Paris has created a groundbreaking eco-village filled with such buildings.
Paris
France
Cloughjordan Ecovillage is a registered educational charity and an internationally recognised destination for learning about sustainable living.
Cloughjordan
Ireland
Gothenburg is a sustainable and smart city. With a fully integrated approach to city energy flows, Gothenburg is rapidly progressing towards a low carbon economy.
Gothenburg
Sweden
This project is part of the implementation of the Swedish National Action Plan for a non-toxic environment.
Stockholm
Sweden
The main objective of the Energy Leap programme is to support industrial companies in reaching Sweden’s adopted national target of increasing energy efficiency by 50% to 2030.
Stockholm
Sweden
“At De Kringwinkel, a lot of products are given a second life instead of ending up in the garbage bin.
Berchem
Belgium
ISDE (International Society of Doctors for Environment) is a network of sentinel doctors. The Italian  project of sentinel doctors for the environment is characterized by the fact that it focuses on all the diseases derived from environmental factors.
Arezzo
Italy
“This is a truly innovative project. Not only were these people helped out of their worrisome situation, many of them also experienced a mental boost.
Gent
Belgium
“Żibel’s activists are role models for all of us. They truly care about the community and take matters into their own hands to keep our public spaces beautiful.”
Valetta
Malta