Ecologic Institute held an online conference on Blue and Green Infrastructure for Urban Climate Change Mitigation that served to popularise the results of the Climate NBS Poland EUKI project.
A group of polish local government experts, landscape planners, architects and engineers participated in a study tour on nature-based solutions in Berlin as part of the EUKI project “Climate NBS Poland”.
Ecologic Institute and Sendzimir Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the “Addressing Climate Change in Cities” publication series which are freely available for download or in hard copy.
EUKI project Living Streets has selected partner cities in Greece and Croatia and will complete the selection in Portugal soon. In 2021, together with implementing organization Energy Cities, the partner cities temporarily block streets for motorized traffic and create urban hubs for people.
PNEC, Guidehouse and adelphi led a ‘vertical workshop’ that was organised as part of the BEACON project with a view to connect local and national decision-makers.
Thousands of students from 72 primary, secondary and high Schools in Athens as well as their teachers and families expressed their commitment to Climate Action. Looking back at more than two years of successful engagement at Greek Schools.
EUKI Project “Our Buildings” visited four pilot municipalities in Bulgaria to support the systematic data collection of the building stock for the finalisation of local renovation strategies in close cooperation with mayors and local experts.
Webseminar invitation: In the online Seminar, DUH will present the current state of the debate in Germany, highlight priorities the German Council Presidency should address, and share experiences from their ongoing work on these issues on the German and European Level.
The conference “Fostering Local Energy Transition” presented a cooperative floor for energy experts of different fields to discuss the potential of ALLIES in their respective countries.
The BEACON project brought together more than 50 representatives from 24 municipalities and 6 countries in a two-day virtual workshop to discuss strategies to tackle climate change in their communities with the help of Nature-based Solutions.