TOMORROW aims at empowering local authorities to lead the transition towards low-carbon cities by engaging citizens and stakeholders in the development of 2050 transition roadmaps.
Codema is a partner in the TOMORROW (TOwards Multi-stakehOldeRs transition ROadmpas With citizens at the centre) project, which aims at empowering local authorities to lead the transition towards low-carbon, resilient and more liveable cities by engaging citizens and stakeholders in the development of 2050 transition roadmaps.
TOMORROW brings together 6 pilot cities (Dublin plus Brasov, Brest-Metropolis, Mouscron, Nis and Valencia), with Energy Cities as co-ordinator and the DRIFT providing the transition management expertise. Pilot cities such as Leuven, Nantes and Växjö have been identified as energy transition pioneers and will contribute to peer-to-peer and capacity building activities.
TOMORROW officially began in September 2019 and will build on key concepts of transition management that focus on the development process of transition roadmaps, i.e. establishing multi-stakeholder transition structures, which ensure mutual responsibility amongst all actors and ensure a large audience of beneficiaries. Subsequently, Dublin and the above-mentioned cities will be supported during the transition roadmapping process, based on principles and experiences from transition management.
Together, TOMORROW´s pilot cities aim at increasing the quality of life in a low-carbon future for EU citizens and beyond by contributing to the implementation of the Energy Union objectives. Therefore, they will develop 2050 transition roadmaps with their respective communities, but also engage and empower other local authorities in Europe to follow the journey to a Europe of TOMORROW.