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Recent Press and Media

September 2012
The Final C-Change Conference:
download the official post conference press release

September 2012
Ile de France young people visit the C-Change Final Conference
Ile de France: Eco-responsibles at the Final Conference

June 2012
Ile de France: The Regional Climate Plan, My Ecolycee and the green roof at Chevilly-Larue. Article outlining C-Change in Ile de France.

June 2012
Web article on My Ecolycee measures

May 2012
The C-Change work relating the Eco-Lycee in the Ile de Fance Region is featured in the latest publication of Ile de France: Le Journal du Conseil Regional Avril / Mai 2012

March 2012
The opening of the Climate Path.
Press release (in German)
Article in regiona press

The C-Change Brent River Climate Pavilion will be officially opened in Brent River Park, Wembley on Thursday 22nd March and followed by a day of environmental activities in the park on Saturday 24th March. Download the press release.
View media coverage in London press:
The Harrow Observer April 3rd 2012
The Kilburn

January 2012
C-Change's 'East London Eco-hub' features as a case study in the latest European Urban Knowledge Network (EUKN) Key Publication: Cohesion Policy in Urban Practice. Download the publication.

November 2011
Anita Konrad (Groundwork London) and Heiko Kasseckert (Regionalverband FrankfurtRheinMain) are interviewed in the INTERREG B Journal about the transnational work of C-Change. Download the journal.

October 2011
Article written by Truke van Koeverden about C-Change in Amsterdam: The Sloterpark Natural Playground 'de Wildernis' and Healthy Climate WeZt. Published in JAN Magazine (DRO) Download the magazine.

If you are a member of the press and would like to know more about 
C-Change please contact rachel.kirk@groundwork.org.uk or vivienne.brown@groundwork.org.uk



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