2022 Marketplace

Thursday, 29 September | from 12:30 to 14:00

At the CAIC22 marketplace, participants can get inspiration for their own local climate action activities, ask their questions and exchange with peers. Over a relaxed lunch, ten municipalities from six countries as well as Luxembourgs’ largest municipal association and a number of NGOs will present their most progressive initiatives – some of them past Climate Star award winners. An additional highlight: the photo corner in which participants can capture CAIC22 memories with contacts old and new.

Stand overview

Cascais (PT)

with the AdaptCascais Climate fund for funding and guidance on climate change adaptation | Photo: City of Cascais

Esch sur Alzette (LU)

with two Climate Star winning initiatives: the BENU eco village and Geméisguart garden | Photo: Emile Hengen

Hesperange (LU)

with its Kiemert natural garden and a particularly energy efficient school | Photo: Paul Kridel

Junglinster (LU)

with the Climate Star winner equiVélo repair workshop for refugees | Photo: Unsplash

Modena (IT)

with its efforts to tackle energy poverty and the GrowGreen initative on nature-based solutions | Photo: City of Modena

Worms (DE)

with its Heat Action Plan and cross-border citizen engagement activities with Metz (FR) | Photo: Rudolf Uhrig

Rüsselsheim (DE)

with the successful Energy Caravan renovation campaign and other current sustainability plans | Photo: Frank Hüter

Strasbourg (FR)

with its low carbon emissions zone and biodiversity protection initiative | Photo: Frédéric Maigrot

Tenerife & Gran Canaria (ES)

with their activities on citizen engagement in the framework of the European Covenant of Mayors | Photo: Unsplash

SIAS local authority association (LU)

with its resource concept and citizen energy cooperative | Photo: Unsplash

KlimaAgence (LU)

Luxembourg’s resource for advice on energy savings, renewables, efficient housing, sustainable mobility, natural resource management and circular economy | Photo: Unsplash

OekoBib & CITIM (LU)

specialised libraries offering literature and educational material on sustainability, cultural diversity, climate justice and development issues | Photo: Unsplash

Fair Trade Luxemburg & Etika

Luxmebourg’s Fair Trade group and partner association supporting alternative financing for ethical initiatives | Photo: Unsplash

Action Solidarité Tiers Monde (ASTM)

a development NGO committed to improving the living conditions of the most disadvantaged and part of Climate Alliance Luxembourg | Photo: Unsplash