The prestigious award, which is given annually by the European Commission, is an endorsement of the winner as the most green city in Europe.
The City of Copenhagen has been shortlisted along with Bristol and Frankfurt Am Main to make a final presentation before a European Commission jury in Bruxelles on June 8. Stagis will assist the City of Copenhagen in creating a presentation that will highlight the unique “green” qualities that Copenhagen possesses.
In the process of identifying Copenhagen’s green qualities, Stagis will utilize a 3-part process involving culture, design and communication. First, we will identify and document specific examples of the City’s way of working with green solutions. Secondly, we will create a design for the presentation that will help to showcase these examples. Finally, we will produce a plan for communicating our findings in the final presentation and help to train the presenters.
During the months of April and May, we will work intensively on creating the best possible presentation of Copenhagen as Europe’s greenest Capital. If all goes according to plan, Copenhagen will be awarded the title of European Green Capital 2014 at the award ceremony in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain on June 29 2012.