05.10.2018: Municipalities and Schools from seven European countries cooperatein climate protection 

11.07.2018: Press Review 01/2018 European Climate Initiative

18.05.2018: Call for Ideas for Franco-German Energy Transition Week 2019 (Call only in French or German)

21.02.2018: Annual conference: Germany’s climate initiative for Europe

01.02.2018: Call for project ideas: Climate action connects Europe

06.11.2017: Introducing the partnership of Alpine municipalities for more climate action at COP 23

02.11.2017: Federal Environment Ministry initiates support process for Central, Eastern and Southern Europe

27.08.2017 Behind the scenes of Energiewende – media study tours for journalists from Central and Eastern Europe

26.04.2017 BMUB Press release: Announcing the launch of the European Climate Initiative



Discussion Paper: Enhancing the quality of life in Polish cities with energy and resource efficient revitalization

Report: National Energy and Climate Plans and the transition to carbon-free societies – A civil society guide

Fact Sheet: Tax Deduction Scheme (Belgium)

Fact Sheet: Modal Shift Policy (Switzerland)

Fact Sheet: Action Plans for the Aquatic Environment and Green Growth Agreement (Denmark)

Fact Sheet: Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (Denmark)

Fact Sheet: Energy Performance Certificate Database (Denmark)

Fact Sheet: Bio-Methane Support Policy (France)

Fact Sheet: Bonus-Malus Vehicle Incentive System (France)

Fact Sheet: Energy Transition Tax Credit CITE (France)

Fact Sheet: The Agrocovenant (Netherlands)

Fact Sheet: Incentives for Electric Vehicles (Norway)

Fact Sheet: Company Car Taxation (Sweden)

Fact Sheet: Carbon Tax (Sweden) 

Fact Sheet: Technology Procurement Groups Innovation Cluster (Sweden)

Fact Sheet: Greenhouse Gas Action Plan for Agriculture (UK)

Fact Sheet: Climate Change Agreements (UK)

Overview of Emission Reductions and National Climate Policies in the Non-ETS Sectors Across Europe

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