EU City Calculator

Supporting public authorities towards climate neutrality

EU City Calculator

Supporting public authorities towards climate neutrality

EU City Calculator

Supporting public authorities towards climate neutrality

EU City Calculator

Supporting public authorities towards climate neutrality

The European City Calculator: Prospective modelling tool supporting public authorities in reaching climate neutrality

The EUCityCalc project aims to support cities in developing and implementing scientifically robust, detailed, and integrated transition pathways towards climate neutrality. The project adopts the prospective modelling approach of the EU City Calculator webtool, an open-source tool providing cities with a sectoral outlook on the type and ambition of measures they can take to achieve a transition towards climate neutrality. The model supports cities in designing tailored transition pathways and policy scenarios. EUCityCalc supports 10 pilot cities: Riga, Dijon Métropole, Mantova, Zdar, Palmela, Sesimbra, Setubal, Koprivnica, Varazdin, Virovitica – in developing and implementing pathways and scenarios towards climate neutrality.

The European City Calculator Learning Programme

Join our learning programme to discover how to master the EU City Calculator, organise and run multi-stakeholder dialogues and learn more about the importance for local authorities of being involved in the national policy process. In a nutshell:

Format: two courses + in-person workshops in the six pilot countries

Duration: 2 hours of time investments per course

Programme: Video lessons 50%, Activities 20%, Tests 20%, Reading 10% 

Certificate: at the end of each course 

Prerequisites: none 

Start a learning journey towards your city’s climate neutrality! 

EUCityCalc in short

Duration of the project in months

36

Countries involved

06

Partners

11

Pilot cities

10

News & events

Enhancing climate and energy dialogues in Portugal   

Enhancing climate and energy dialogues in Portugal   

ENA – on behalf of Palmela, Sesimbra, and Setubal – joined a NECP dialogue roundtable to make local authorities’ voices heard by the national government In a collective effort to address climate change and advance towards carbon neutrality, Portugal is taking...

M’illumino di Meno  

M’illumino di Meno  

On 16 February, Mantova will switch off the lights to call on everybody to take action to save the planet On 16 February, for the Italian National Day of Energy Saving and Sustainable Lifestyles, the EuCityCalc pilot city of Mantova, together with many other Italian...

Low-carbon scenarios for your city’s transition

Low-carbon scenarios for your city’s transition

The EUCityCalc learning programme: design your city transition pathway with the EU City Calculator webtool  Join the free learning programme about EU City Calculator webtool to ground your city’s transition pathway on insightful and clear visualizations of...

EUCityCalc pilot cities: Dijon

EUCityCalc pilot cities: Dijon

Dijon's sustainable journey to become a smart and decarbonized city Dijon is a fine destination, appreciated for its rich culture and wine offer. Capital of the great region of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, in the eastern central part of France, Dijon is committed to being...

Why cities should make their voice heard

Why cities should make their voice heard

A new toolkit to support local authorities in tailoring their engagement with policymakers to scale up local climate action How to navigate the wide sea of EU funds and regulations?  What’s in the Fit for 55 package for cities?  What can cities ask their...