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 to get a local sustainable development plan based on the UN Development Goals (also called Global goals and Agenda 2030) till next year.
We’re inviting everyone that lives in Växjö Municipality to join us and discuss Växjö’s future. What’s important to you? What do you think Växjö’s future should look like? Come and join us to discuss and influence how our local area should be to live and work in. Choose the time and place that you prefer:
Thursday 22nd November, 6-8 PM – Katedralskolan , Samuel Ödmans väg 1, Växjö
Tuesday 27th November, 6-8 PM – Araby Park Arena, Höstvägen 5A, Växjö
Wednesday 28th November, 6-8 PM – Teleborg Centrum, skolan, Smedsvängen 72, Växjö
Thursday 29th November, 6-8 PM – Braåsgården, Sjösåsvägen 15, Braås
Tuesday 4th December, 6-8 PM – Näckrosen i Ingelstad, Stationsvägen 2, Ingelstad
Wednesday 5th December, 6-8 PM – Pär Lagerkvistskola, Bredviksvägen 1, Växjö
Thursday 6th December, 6-8 PM – Lammhults folkets hus, Jönköpingsvägen 10, Lammhult
More information can be found at www.vaxjo.se/invanardialog
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!
Växjö Municipality support WWFs symbolic climate manifestation Earth Hour, to turn off the lights for one hour. But Växjö also arrange a whole week for the future with events, seminars and meetings together during a whole "Earth Week". Will you be part of arranging next Earth Week in Växjö 25-30 March 2019? For more information (in Swedish) please visit www.vaxjo.se/earthweek
Växjö Municipality have steering documents and information brochures, some translated into English.