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Two thematic working groups “Energy & Climate Change” & “Transport” of the North Sea Commission, a close partner of the Interreg North Sea Programme, will hold a joint meeting titled “How can transnational cooperation in the North Sea Region contribute to overall climate goals?” on Thursday, 28 February form 9h00 till 14h00 in the House of the Dutch Provinces in Brussels.

SEEV4-City is one of the two projects who will give a 15-minutes presentation during this meeting, with a focus on highlighting relevant solutions identified by the projects with a potential for being replicated throughout the North Sea Region. SEEV4-City is honoured that by doing this, it will help define the new North Sea Commission strategy.



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