A group of 30 citizens, selected by TNS Ilres to represent the diversity of Luxembourg society, is now supporting Luxembourg in Transition. The Biergerkommitee Lëtzebuerg 2050 aims to discuss the propositions which the teams of architects, town planners and social scientists selected as part of the international consultation will come up with. It will give proposals that will serve as further inspiration for the elaboration of the future Master Plan for Town and Country Planning (PDAT). For minister https://luxembourgintransition.lu/en/citizens-committee/Claude Turmes, who presented the objectives of this initiative during their first working session yesterday, “this is a pioneering approach in Luxembourg, a new milestone in the process of citizen participation. I hope that this committee can become, throughout the process, a true laboratory of democracy, this time focusing more particularly on the issue of climate change and the role of spatial planning in providing concrete solutions.” For more information, see the government’s press release or consult the specific section “Citizens’ Committee” on this site.