The City of Luxembourg seeks to protect the environment with the aim of improving the health, well-being and quality of life of all its residents, while making the city an attractive destination for employers and investors.
Subsidies aimed at combatting climate change
Overview of the subsidies aimed at combatting climate change.
Hot drinks to go are an important part of the morning routine for a large portion of the working population. However, these drinks are generally served in dispo...
A precious and vital resource
Energy-saving measures adopted by the City of Luxembourg
Energy-saving measures adopted by the College of the Mayor and Aldermen to reduce energy consumption in municipal buildings and facilities and in public spaces.
Environmental report and action plan
The environmental report reviews the progress made by the City of Luxembourg in relation to the environment, and serves as the basis for the preparation of its ...
City of Luxembourg's commitment to the environment
The City of Luxembourg is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of its residents through agreements and partnerships with organisations certified in e...
Living with animals in the city
Many animals live alongside the city's human residents, including both domesticated and wild species.
Environmentally responsible purchasing
By applying environmental criteria when buying products, the City of Luxembourg is honouring its commitment to limit its impact on the environment.
Promoting healthy diets
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is one of the best ways to maintain and improve your health.
Supporting fair trade
As a municipality certified under the "Fairtrade Gemeng" initiative (part of the international Fair Trade Towns movement), the City of Luxembourg undertakes to ...
Urban biodiversity is the sign of a healthy environment, and must be preserved and nurtured.
The health effects of exposure to noise are a growing public-health issue.
The City of Luxembourg manages household and similar waste, and leads efforts for waste prevention.
Managing wastewater and protecting waterways
Protecting waterways entails extending and maintaining wastewater management infrastructure on a constant basis, but also restoring streams to their natural sta...
Protecting our municipal forests
The City of Luxembourg owns 1,055 hectares of forests, covering over 20% of its total area.
Limiting exposure to electromagnetic fields
The rise of cutting-edge communications technologies goes hand in hand with an increase in electromagnetic radiation.
Protecting the climate and managing energy needs
The City of Luxembourg has put in place a set of measures to reduce energy consumption and climate impact.
Keeping the city clean
General information about municipal measures and services to keep the city clean. (Cleaning of streets and pavements, public bins, bags for dog excrement, pest ...
Preserving air quality
Air quality plays is essential to human health and to the environment in general.
Wood fires: how to be environmentally responsible
Luxembourg City, which has over a thousand hectares of forest, has decided to open up the sale of quality firewood from its forests to its residents, selling it...
Autumn and winter services
Collection of fallen leaves, clearing of snow, and salting of public roads, squares, bus stops, cycle paths and footpaths in parks.