EUKI project Forests for Future organised a series of workshops to educate decision makers and forestry professionals on the importance of active management in optimising the management of forest carbon stocks and adapting forests to the impacts of climate change.
Czech climate journalism begins to take off. The consequences of climate change in the Czech Republic are very similar to those being felt in Germany.
This study by Clean Air Action Group (CAAG) has shown that the use of the current EU guides has led to an unjustifiably high number of new road constructions.
This publication includes a toolkit on “how to improve energy efficiency of residential buildings in revitalisations areas”.
Can sustainable finance be the key to reducing emissions from heavy industries like cement, steel and chemicals?
So-called “plug-in” photovoltaic panels have been a hit in Germany since 2021. People are installing them on balcony railings, on facades or as stand-alone structures in the gardens of houses.
Bicycles, buses and trams are all set to play a more prominent role in the future urban landscape of the Slovak capital Bratislava. But the city’s planners have yet to factor in the differing patterns of mobility shown by men and women as journalist Sandra Kirchner experienced herself.
The UPGREAT project works to upgrade professionals’ skills for deep renovations which are needed to sustainably transform the buildings sector to fulfil high energy and low carbon emissions standards. The article is about the aspects affecting the performance difference between the proposed solutions and the actual results of energy renovation of public school buildings.
It is six years since former Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski warned fellow Poles to beware of a ‘world made up of cyclists and vegetarians’ – one he claimed had little in common with traditional Polish values. Although Waszczykowski has long since left office, his interview back then left scars, as a press officer for the Department of Urban Planning in Warsaw told the Tagesspiegel newspaper.
Green(ing) H2 is a European Climate Initiative (EUKI) funded project that partners 3 European NGOs – Instrat Foundation (Poland), Germanwatch (Germany) and ZERO (Portugal) focused on promoting green Hydrogen to achieve climate neutrality by engaging civil society to make Europe’s H2 infrastructure green, fair and sustainable.