Cities across Europe are signing the Green Digital Charter which commits them to a wide range of activities towards green digital progress. The three core commitments are: running 5 large scale pilot projects, reducing their ICT carbon footprint by 30% and cooperating with other signatories.
This Toolkit helps interested cities to build on the experiences of others. Find out about sharing activities and tools to improve your green performance. Find out more information here.
Project OPEN HOUSE - Benchmarking and mainstreaming building sustainability in the EU based on transparency and openness (open source and availability) from model to implementation, with realization period for years 2010-2013, is funded from the EU 7th Framework Programme. The project consortium, comprising 19 partners from 11 countries and led by Acciona Infraestructuras, works on developing and testing common exhaustive assessment methodology of sustainability of buildings. The methodology will address all stages of buildings existence, from their designing until deconstruction. Warsaw is a project partner.
The Recycling for Edinburgh App has been developed to help citizens to easily find the nearest to them recycling bins from over 7000 banks in Edinburgh. The user selects the items they want to recycle, e.g. bottles, cans, paper, etc… and the app uses the mobile phone’s GPS to trace the user’s current location and the locations of the relevant recycling bins.