MyBXL maintenance and telephone accessibility

Due to maintenance works, the External site MyBXL citizen portal will be unavailable from Friday 2 December at 1 pm until Saturday 3 December at 7:30 am. Interruptions are still possible on Saturday 3 December. Due to the move of the services of the City of Brussels to the new Brucity Administrative Centre (on 12 December 2022), the waiting time for a telephone answer may be temporarily longer as well.


Citizens' Climate Council

The Brussels Capital Region is launching the Citizens' Climate Council. This council gives citizens the opportunity to take part in the climate debate and build the city of tomorrow together.

10,000 randomly selected residents from Brussels will receive an invitation to participate in the council. Based on the positive responses and socio-economic criteria (gender, age, place of residence, level of education, profession,...), a second draw will select the 100 participants. This group is renewed every year to ensure the sustainability of the council.

Brussels in 2050?

Each cycle, the council deals with a theme identified by the previous council. The aim is to debate and formulate proposals on crucial issues: how do we want to live in 2050? How will we move around? How will we live? And above all, what do we need in the short and medium term to land there?

At the end, the Citizens' Climate Council drafts the 2050 vision and makes a series of recommendations. A document with these results is delivered to the Government.

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Created on 18/11/2022 (modified on 18/11/2022)