Illustration Covenant Coordinators

Covenant Coordinators are public authorities that are in a position to provide strategic guidance, technical and financial support to Covenant of Mayors signatories and municipalities signing up to it.

Alongside financial assistance, Covenant Coordinators typically support signatories in conducting a CO2 emission inventory and/or a climate risk assessment, as well as in preparing and implementing their Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plans.

  • Covenant Territorial Coordinators are decentralised authorities, such as regions, provinces or grouping of local authorities,
  • Covenant National Coordinators are national public bodies such as ministries or national energy agencies.

The European Commission recognises them as important allies to support Covenant of Mayors signatories to meet their commitments and increase the impact of the Covenant.

Province of Sassari

Profile

President:Alessandra Giudici
Country: Italy
Website: http://www.provincia.sassari.it

Contact

Main contact: Salvatore Masia
Position: Covenant Coordinator
Email: s.masia@provincia.sassari.it
Phone: 0039 079 2069502

Support provided to signatories

    Promote adhesion to the Covenant of Mayors
    • Dissemination of Covenant promotion materials (brochure, thematic leaflets, etc.)
    • Adaptation / translation of Covenant promotional materials to the national/regional context or development of a specific publication on the Covenant
    • Leverage of own communication tools (e.g. newsletter, website, mailing lists, etc.)
    • Organisation of events
    • Other (please specify)
      > Provide financing to Covenant Signatories for the development of their BEI/SEAP and implementation of the SEAP

    Signatories Supported

    Signatories Population Adhesion Status
    Alghero , IT43,94519 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Anela, IT699 6 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Ardara , IT81017 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Banari, IT60613 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Benetutti, IT2,01029 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bessude , IT433 4 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bonnanaro, IT1,03619 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bono , IT3,67925 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bonorva, IT3,728 3 Aug 2011Action Plans submitted
    Borutta, IT283 7 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bottidda, IT796 5 Aug 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bultei , IT1,05710 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Bulzi , IT56220 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Burgos , IT95819 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Cargeghe , IT62929 Jun 2011Monitoring started
    Castelsardo , IT5,881 5 Aug 2011Action Plans submitted
    Cheremule , IT469 5 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Chiaramonti , IT1,74819 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Codrongianos , IT1,37413 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Cossoine , IT91420 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Erula, IT76927 Jun 2011Adhesion
    Esporlatu , IT43117 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Florinas, IT1,55620 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Giave , IT60323 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Illorai , IT979 8 Aug 2011Action Plans submitted
    Ittireddu , IT58310 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Ittiri , IT8,918 7 Jun 2011Monitoring started
    Laerru , IT966 4 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Mara , IT68817 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Martis, IT56012 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Monteleone Rocca Doria , IT12622 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Mores , IT1,98219 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Muros , IT84426 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Nughedu San Nicolò , IT88824 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Nule , IT1,44324 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Nulvi , IT2,877 9 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Olmedo , IT3,93723 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Osilo , IT3,22830 Nov 2010Action Plans submitted
    Ossi , IT5,97430 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Ozieri , IT11,00016 Nov 2011Adhesion
    Padria , IT710 8 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Pattada , IT3,28320 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Perfugas , IT2,48617 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Ploaghe , IT4,72631 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Porto Torres , IT22,289 7 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Pozzomaggiore, IT2,75518 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Putifigari, IT753 7 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Romana , IT58510 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Santa Maria Coghinas, IT1,45415 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Sassari , IT131,000 8 Nov 2011Monitoring started
    Sedini, IT1,412 6 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Semestene , IT174 4 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Sennori, IT7,405 4 Aug 2011Action Plans submitted
    Siligo, IT94313 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Sorso, IT14,84129 Jul 2011Monitoring started
    Stintino , IT2,300 8 Nov 2011Action Plans submitted
    Tergu, IT62220 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Thiesi, IT3,01028 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Tissi, IT2,30028 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted
    Torralba , IT1,00130 Sep 2011Action Plans submitted
    Tula, IT1,611 4 Jul 2011Adhesion
    Uri, IT3,05311 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Usini, IT1,61130 May 2011Action Plans submitted
    Valledoria , IT4,19820 Oct 2011Action Plans submitted
    Viddalba, IT1,70821 Jul 2011Action Plans submitted
    Villanova Monteleone, IT2,40528 Jun 2011Action Plans submitted

    Benchmarks

    SASSARI 20 20 20
    Category: Other
    Description: The main purpose of "Sassari 20-20-20" programme is to activate on the territory of the "North -West Sardinia Covenant" a set of actions in order to support European agreement for combating climate change calling all Member States to adopt a commitment to achieve a reduction of at least 20% in the CO2 emissions by 2020 compared to 1990, to increase at least 20% the contribution of the renewable energy demand, to reduce of at least 20% the energetic consumption. Through a concerted strategy, and a set of interventions, the Province of Sassari will going to adapt strategies to the needs, and current opportunities of territory setting in sustainability policy and " Green Economy" , trying to transform sustainability commitment in socio-economic advantage. The so-called Green economy, is a model of sustainable and durable development in rapid growth. In contrast with actual and more diffused model based on using new and renewable energy sources fossil fuel produced (black economy), green economy is based on interdependence between the human activities and the natural ecosystem in which is to turn.

     


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    Last updated at: 16 April 2013
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