The Municipality of Ljubljana, the Municipality of Celje, the Municipality of Koper, the Municipality of Kranj, the Municipality of Maribor, the Municipality of Murska Sobota, the Municipality of Nova Gorica, the Municipality of Novo mesto, the Municipality of Ptuj, the Municipality of Slovenj Gradec and the Municipality of Velenje are joining the ICC as a consortium.
Ljubljana is the capital and the largest city of Slovenia. It is known for its university population and green spaces, with the curving Ljubljanica River divides the city’s old town from its commercial hub.
Ljubljana green credentials are widely recognised, receiving the “city of trees” status from the Tree cities of the World programme. In 2019, for the eighth time in a row, Ljubljana received the title of Planet Earth Friendly Municipality.
In 2017, the city adopted the Integrated Transport Strategy of the City of Ljubljana, a strategic document in which they pay special attention to promoting sustainable mobility. In 2018, the city adopted the Integrated Transport Strategy of the Ljubljana Urban Region, identifying key measures aimed at raising the quality of life of citizens, while also focusing on reducing passenger car use and promoting public transport.
Ljubljana continues to look for new solutions to urban challenges. The city actively communicates with stakeholders, monitoring new developments and seeking new opportunities.