|Author (Corporate)||European Commission: Joint Research Centre|
|Series Details||COM (2023) 24|
Report published by the European Commission on 16 January 2023, taking stock of the achievements of the New European Bauhaus initiative over its first two years.
The New European Bauhaus (NEB) was first announced by the European Commission in 2020 to translate the European Green Deal into tangible change on the ground that improves citizens' daily life, in buildings, in public spaces, but also in fashion or furniture.
Over its first two years, the initiative created a broad community of organisations and citizens across Europe. Key NEB activities - including the NEB Prizes, the first Festival, the NEB Lab - delivered on their aims and built a bottom-up transnational network. A number of small and large-scale NEB project were launched thanks to over €100 million in funding allocated by the European Union (EU).
|Subject Categories||Culture, Education and Research, Environment, Internal Markets, Values and Beliefs|
|Subject Tags||Sustainable Development|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|