The European Commission is organising an information and networking day on the 2020 LIFE call for project proposals.
Experience from Germany, Bulgaria and Poland shows that it is possible to reach 2-4 percent energy savings per year by implementing simple behavioural energy efficiency measures in schools. This can add up to 10-15 percent per year depending on the local context. How can these projects be introduced? What other benefits do they offer beyond energy savings? What key institutions and persons are needed to establish long-lasting structures?
The 5th webinar of the EUKI Academy on 29 January 2020 approaches the topic of the European Green Deal. Mateja Kahmann (German Federal Ministry for the Environment) and Klaus Roehrig (CAN Europe) will present key points and answer questions from the EUKI Community.
Die eintägige litauisch-deutsche Konferenz am 23. Januar 2020 in Vilnius (Litauen) bildet den Abschluss des Projekts „Weiterbildung von Quartierssanierungsmanagern in Litauen“ und steht unter Schirmherrschaft des litauischen Umweltministeriums.
Tereza Šťastná of the Czech Radio (Český rozhlas) was a fellow of last year’s “Central Eastern European Climate and Energy Policy Scholarship for Journalists”. For two months, she worked for Deutsche Welle in Bonn to report about climate and energy issues.
On Friday 25 October 2019, around 30 stakeholders and guests, mostly from Eastern European EU Member States and Germany, discussed the potential for emissions reductions in the building and transport sectors.
Frutti per la Biosfera was able to start a new environmental education project on Mount Etna in Sicily: It is about climate action through nutrition, according to the motto: local, regional, seasonal and – if possible – organic.
The Beuthener Straße Primary School in Hannover held a Climate Action Day on climate-friendly nutrition in the context of the BEACON project.
This guidance and complementary template aims to support policy makers at regional and municipal level who are confronted with implementing ambitious climate plans, while increasing efforts to boost renovation activities. Both are now available in English, Bulgarian and Romanian.
What is the frontier of good policy practices in climate action in transport and buildings sectors in the CEE region? What can the CEE countries learn from each other in this area? The brochure prepared by WiseEuropa, Climate Strategies and Expert Forum in cooperation with national experts from the region presents the answer to these questions based on indicator and policy analysis covering six countries: Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.