As the good practice city, Ljubljana has used the BeePathNet project to: • Prove that the BEE PATH good practice can be transferred to other cities and can sucesfuly function in other cultural, natural and operational environments. Subsequnetly, proving that the Bee-friendly Cities Network could be established on a International; level. • Develop BEE PATH Transfer Guidelines as a tool for attraction and expansion of the Bee-friendly Cities Network. • Evolving the ULG with new ULG members and enablin ULG members to network and exchange experiences with ULG memebers from other cities, thus reenforcing teir efforts. • Develop a Long-term BEE PATH Development Vision and open the discussion with ULG memebers about its future development and potential changes in its management model. • Finalize the touristic/educational path, mark it is space, develop a map for visitors and promote it amongst visitors and citizens. • Upgrade the educational programme and kick-off the api-kindergarten programme in Ljubljana. • Start cooperating with other cities in Slovenia and kick-off the trasfer proces on the national level with the City of Maribor.
Main Topic
Biodiversity: preserving and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
All Topics
Responsible and circular economy: mobilizing industry for a clean and circular economy
Sustainable food: from "farm to fork": a fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly food system
Biodiversity: preserving and restoring ecosystems and biodiversity
Increasing the EU's climate policy ambition for 2030 and 2050
Zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment
Financing the transition (i.e. it facilitates and/or stimulates public and private investments needed for the transition to a climate-neutral, green, competitive and inclusive economy)
  • Regional (e.g. a province, including multiple cities)
  • International
  • Community-based initiative (i.e. citizens, cooperative, neighbourhood group)
  • Non-profit organisation (i.e. pursues a particular social cause, e.g. schools, foundations, social movement)
  • Local government
Main Activity
Showcasing and/or demonstrating practices;
  • Providing knowledge transfer / advisory / education services
  • Conducting research, pilot studies and/or living labs
  • Raising awareness and/or political agenda-setting
  • Facilitating dialogue and networking
  • Designing policies and/or (management) strategies
  • Showcasing and/or demonstrating practices
This initiative was provided by the SGD consortium.
This initiative is self-reported and not identified by the SHARED GREEN DEAL Consortium
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