Sustainable development

Växjö - the Greenest City in Europe, both a vision and ambition for the municipality.

Broad cooperation on many levels, unanimous politicians and long term work around the environmental issues has been important in Växjö Municipality. Now Växjö focus on sustainable development and the UN Development Goals (also called Global goals and Agenda 2030).

Logotype European Green Leaf winner 2018 - Växjö.

Växjö got the European Green Leaf Award 2018

The European Commission has appointed Växjö the European Green Leaf Award 2018. Very good news and proof that Växjö really is one of Europe's greenest cities – thanks to everyone!

About European Green Leaf Awardlänk till annan webbplats

Växjö in European board

Åsa Karlsson Björkmarker, Vice-Mayor of Växjö take one place in a European board in February 2017. It is two networks that merges: Covenant of Mayors with the Compact of Mayors, together they form the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy.

Launch of the EU Covenant of Mayors Boardlänk till annan webbplats

Earth Hour and Earth Week

Växjö Municipality support WWFs symbolic climate manifestation Earth Hour, to turn off the lights for one hour. But Växjö has ambitious environmental targets and work in the administration, in the business sector and among inhabitants. Therefore Växjö has a whole week with events, seminars, meetings, workshopps together during a whole "Earth Week".

Next Earth Week is 19-24 March 2018, Earth Hour is Saturday 24th of March. Welcome to join us! Read more about Earth Week and Earth Hour www.vaxjo.se/earthweeklänk till annan webbplats  

The Växjö declaration

Different stakeholders appointed the Växjö Declaration during Earth Week 2015 with the message for the Swedish Government, European local authorities and Paris COP21. We have to act now!

For more information

Växjö Municipality have steering documents and information brochures, these are in English.

FInd more brochures here

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Senast uppdaterad: 14 november 2017
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