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  1. On 19 June 2024, the Minister of Housing and Spatial Planning, Claude Meisch, the Minister for Home Affairs, Léon Gloden, and the Minister of the Environment, Climate and Biodiversity, Serge Wilmes, detailed the administrative simplification measures, as well as the new public-private partnership (PPP) for the construction of affordable housing, decided by the government to facilitate and accelerate the construction of housing.

  2. Within the frame of the national platform for disaster risk reduction, led by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the working group on "Vegetation and Forest Fires", composed of experts from the relevant authorities, has prepared advice on how to behave during the vegetation and forest fire season.

  3. The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), a treaty-based intergovernmental organisation, inaugurated its European Liaison Office in Luxembourg today. This new office is a significant milestone for the organisation, as it aims to facilitate exchanges between GGGI's Member States and European partners to support climate action and access to green and climate finance in Africa, Latin America and Asia

  4. How are the three authorities actively involved in local climate and environmental protection? What new and exciting projects are currently in the works? And what do we learn from this? These questions will be the focus of the 3rd Environment Days ("Ëmweltdeeg"), to which the Ministry for the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development cordially invites all interested parties to the "natur musée".

  5. On Thursday, 30 March, Minister of Finance, Yuriko Backes, Minister for the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development, Joëlle Welfring, and Vice-President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), Kris Peeters, presented a financing agreement between Luxembourg and the EIB to fund the ecological restoration of the Alzette river and its tributary, the Pétrusse.

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