Växjö - the Greenest City in Europe because of all the environmental work that has been done and will be done by the public and private sector.
Many groups and individuals come to Växjö from all over the world to learn more about the environmental and climate protection work in Växjö.
Thanks to all participants of the interesting conference:
Building the energy transition, conference in Växjö 24-26 of April, 2013 and Energy-Cities and Klimatkommunernas Annual Meeting.
See some photos from the conference and read about the declaration approved by the mayors:
Photos from Växjö
Rendezvous 2014 will be in Riga, Latvia
We invite you to see the video about the ENGAGE project that Växjö was part of - you can also join us! ENGAGE-video .
For more informaton www.citiesengage.eu and www.vaxjo.se/gronare
CO2 statistic 2011
We are happy to present that during 2011 Växjö has reduced the fossil carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent per inhabitant from 1993. The share of renewable energy is now 60 percent. The targit is to reduce the emissions of fossil CO2 by 55 percent per inhabitant to 2015.
Earth Hour in Växjö