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Climate Change Challenge. Big Data for the City

Pla Clima

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01/12/2018 - 31/12/2019
Mark Nieuwenhuijsen

Following the success of Barcelona’s 2015-2017 Climate Commitment projects, Barcelona City Council has launched a new series of grants to promote collaborative projects between the public authority and the city’s citizens in order to:

  • Boost citizen involvement
  • Support collective citizen action
  • Promote and support innovative initiatives
  • Utilize co-creation processes
  • Contribute to the achievement of Barcelona’s Climate Commitment objectives.

The Climate Plan provides for €1.2 million until 2030, with a call for projects every two years to contribute to fulfilling the plan’s commitments. Over 140 organisations, and a total of 49 projects on diverse themes participated in the first call for climate grants, published in April 2018 and endowed with a budget of €200,000.

The 11 projects selected are driven by a minimum of three bodies who are working together and have received a maximum of €20,000 per project.

The process of developing these projects involves ongoing advice, monitoring and training for the participating citizens. Four joint sessions and an individual monitoring session with a technical and administrative reference person are planned for each project.

Total Funding

3,000 €

Nuestro equipo

Equipo ISGlobal

  • Carolyn Daher
    Carolyn Daher Coordinadora de la Iniciativa de Planificación Urbana, Medio Ambiente y Salud
  • Mark J Nieuwenhuijsen
    Mark J Nieuwenhuijsen Research Professor, Director of the Urban Planning, Environment and Health Initiative, and Head of the Climate, Air Pollution, Nature and Urban Health Programme
    XAVIER RODO Jefe del programa de Clima y salud

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