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The City and the Public Welfare Centre of Brussels are, since 1994, pioneers in taking commitments and concrete measures in favour of sustainable development.
The commitment of the City of Brussels in sustainable development is concretised by:
- The Local Agenda 21, which has been one of the first in Belgium, is an action plan. It is subject to an annual review.
- Support to Local Initiatives for Sustainable Development through a call for projects which includes the following areas: sensitization for sustainable development, biodiversity and green spaces, water, energy, waste, mobility, sustainable food and consumption,...
The call for projects will be launched every year on 1 March. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordination of the Local Agenda 21
Boulevard Anspach 6
Tel. : 02 279 44 53
Fax : 02 279 20 53
Telephone hours : from Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm