© Sylvain Frappat / City of Grenoble
Published on 10/19/2021
The press conference took place on Monday 18 October 2021 at the top of the Bastille, the emblematic centre of European Green Capital 2022, in the presence of the Minister for the Ecological Transition, Barbara Pompili.
Signing of three-year agreement
Three months before the official inauguration of Grenoble Green Capital 2022, the representatives of the European Commission, the State, Grenoble City Council, Grenoble-Alpes Metropole and the Department of Isère met to sign the three-year agreement for the European Green Capital 2022 project, confirming their joint commitment to ensure the success of the European Green Capital year, supported by the State.
An envelope of €4 million for the European label
The Minister for the Ecological Transition, Barbara Pompili, underlined the historical positioning of our region with regard to transitions and reasserted the government’s support for this year by awarding a grant of €4 million to Grenoble European Green Capital 2022.