Tuesday, 21. 11. 2023

Information point Ljubljana on the path to carbon neutrality

In the Kresija building at Pogačarjev trg 2, we opened an information point Ljubljana on the way to carbon neutrality, where citizens and other visitors will receive diverse information about the decarbonization of the city.

The point, which we set up within the framework of the European UP SCALE project, will also serve as a juncture for innovations, a training ground for the development of ideas, which, in the process of co-creation and cooperation, will ultimately lead us to a common goal – decarbonization. Here, in one place, we will provide all stakeholders, citizens, non-governmental organizations, representatives of the economy and educational and research institutions, the state administration and other visitors to Ljubljana with comprehensive information on how to contribute with various steps and approaches to the goal of Ljubljana becoming climate-neutral.

We invite everyone in this field to participate; they can use the space for workshops, meetings, lectures and other activities that align with our vision.

Varied free program

In the info point, we will prepare a free program with which we want to attract visitors to participate actively and co-form measures and steps that will lead us to the desired goal.
The ESVET energy consulting office already operates on the premises of the info point, providing free, individual and independent energy consulting to citizens, companies and the public sector. As part of the Save the Homes project, we will hold workshops on the entire path of energy renovation of individual buildings. An audio station is also set up in the space, where visitors can access environmental data, information about the projects of the City of Ljubljana and other content. Among other things, awareness-raising material will be available, visitors can calculate their carbon footprint, and the premises also provide shelter for discarded plants.

Ljubljana on the path to carbon neutrality

In April 2022, Ljubljana was selected for the Mission of 100 climate-neutral and smart European cities by 2030, with which the European Commission aims to accelerate the progress of the most ambitious cities on the path to climate neutrality.