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Climate Protection Alliance

Postkarte zur Aktion Greifswald greift zum Rad

On 16 December 2008, the declaration of the Climate Protection Alliance was signed. The establishment of the alliance was based on the realisation that climate change has already taken place, and that the problems that are associated with it must be responded to at a local level in a suitable, coordinated and networked manner.
The aim of the alliance is to reduce the total emissions of the city. By 2020, the city's CO2 emissions should be reduced by 14% compared to 2005. In this context, sustainable and resource-conserving energy generation is important, as is the improvement of the energy efficiency of buildings and household technologies. The development of sustainable mobility approaches is a further challenge. The public are informed about the activities of the Climate Protection Alliance and are called upon to support the implementation of the climate protection targets.

The members of the alliance are: the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald, Stadtwerke Greifswald (public utility), the University of Greifswald, the WVG and WGG housing associations, WITENO GmbH, Sparkasse Vorpommern, and ADTRAN.

Climate Protection Concept

Climate protection concept as the basis

An initial climate protection concept for the University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald was drafted in 2009/2010 and passed on 27/09/2010 by the City Council. It forms the basis for all future climate protection activities within the University and Hanseatic city. Further information and long and short versions of the climate protection concept are available under the following link:

100% Climate Proteciton Masterplan

The University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald is a Master Plan Municipality

The University and Hanseatic City of Greifswald has been a Master Plan Municipality since 1 July 2016. The Master Plan guidelines assist municipalities who want to cut their greenhouse gas emissions by 95 percent by 2050 and their final energy by 50 percent in comparison to 1990.
Further information about the Master Plan project can be found using the following link: