The European Climate Pact is celebrating two years of taking climate action together, in our worlds, for our planet.
On 1 February 2023, the European Commission is bringing together Climate Pact Ambassadors, experts and activists to take stock of the journey so far and discuss ways to build a more sustainable Europe for the future.
You can network with the people and organisations involved in the European Climate Pact, hear about their achievements, and learn how you can get involved.
Find out more and register here (EU login required) to attend physically in Brussels or virtually,
The European Climate Pact is an initiative of the European Commission supporting the implementation of the European Green Deal. It is a movement to build a greener Europe, providing a platform to work and learn together, develop solutions, and achieve real change.
The objectives of the Climate Pact are to:
– Raise awareness of climate issues and EU actions
– Encourage climate action and catalyse engagement
– Connect citizens and organisations that act on climate and help them to learn from each other.
The Pact provides opportunities for people, communities, and organisations to participate in climate and environmental action across Europe. By pledging to the Pact, European stakeholders commit to taking concrete climate and environmental actions in a way that can be measured and/or followed up.
The Climate Pact aims to help spread scientifically sound information about climate action and provide practical advice for everyday life choices. It will support local initiatives and encourage climate action pledges from both individuals or collectives, helping to mobilise support and participation.
Participating in the Pact is an opportunity for organisations to share their transition journey with their peers and collaborate with other actors towards common targets.
The Pact have created some educational tools and resources Find out more
Find out more about how to get involved