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Zagreb Energy Week

The Zagreb Energy Week presents a complex mosaic of a whole range of activities with the aim of including all generations and stakeholders in a long-term fight against climate change.

The organization of the Zagreb Energy Week (or organizing an Energy day) is one of the official obligations of the signatories of the Covenant of Mayors with the aim of raising citizens' awareness of efficient energy use and the use of renewable energy sources to combat climate change. This is a unique opportunity for local authorities to actively involve citizens and representatives of various interest groups (stakeholders) in the process of implementing the Sustainable Energy Action Plan.

The goal of reducing CO2 emissions by more than 20% throughout the city, not only in the public sector, but also in households, transport and the tertiary sector can only be realized if the local government, local investors and businessmen, educational and scientific institutions, citizens and non-governmental organizations are involved in the process of implementing the Action Plan. The task of local authorities is to increase the level of involvement through effective communication of all stakeholders. Consequently, organizing the Zagreb Energy Week is an opportunity for mutual interaction with consumers and businesses on their own territory, and an ideal opportunity for promoting the energy sustainability of the city.

The City of Zagreb is one of the first European cities to join the Covenant of Mayors initiative, thus demonstrating the City's determination in achieving the goals set.

The message of Zagreb Energy Week: „Development we don't want to stop, but pollution we can!“ is a call for joint action in the interest of sustainable city development and the preservation of natural resources for all future generations.