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Global Goals for Cities – a network of sustainable development goals

Global Goals for Cities – a network of sustainable development goals

Global Goals for Cities, i.e. the implementation of sustainable development goals in cities.


Global Goals for Cities Learning KIT

6 Modules to localise the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Integrated Action Planning

Tallinn Sustainable Development Guide

The URBACT project of the European Territorial Cooperation Program, with participation from 19 European cities and Tallinn as the lead partner.

The aim of the partner network is to develop and support the capacity of European cities to achieve the sustainable development goals (according to the UN Agenda 2030) at a local level by sharing good practices and experiences through the development of action plans for partner cities. The city of Tallinn will get practical knowledge and experience for sustainable development, as well as an action plan on how to integrate them thoughtfully and effectively into the Tallinn 2035 development strategy and its monitoring system.

As a result of the project, the city of Tallinn will have the experience of being a leading partner in managing the new, largest URBACT city network so far. Tallinn's development strategy and green revolution activities will also be introduced at a high international level.

19 European cities are participating in the project: Tallinn (Estonia/Lead Partner), Braga (Portugal), Heraklion (Greece), Veszprém (Hungary), Ozalj (Croatia), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Veliki Preslav (Bulgaria), Jihlava (Czech Republic), Dzierżoniów (Poland), La Rochelle (France), Mouscron (Belgium), Gävle (Sweden), Reggio Emilia (Italy), Glasgow (Great Britain), Schiedam (Netherlands), Manresa (Spain), Bratislava (Slovakia), Solingen (Germany) and Trim (Ireland). 

Official project website and news:

Mayor Mikhail Kõlvart's greeting to partners at the first meeting, April 2021:

Global sustainable development goals




Last modified 21.02.2024